London’s Heathrow Airport, in the midst of planning for its much-needed third runway, said Dec. 18 it had identified a potential £2.5 billion ($3.4 billion) of savings from the plans for the proposed runway and associated infrastructure. Details of the proposals will not be released until January 2018 when they will form part of the airport’s public planning consultation, but airport authorities said they had been developed in cooperation with user airlines and would ...

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