London Gatwick Airport on Oct. 18 will unveil future development plans over the next decade, with widespread expectation that it will make greater use of its main taxiway as a second runway. The taxiway is already used as a runway in case of emergency—for example, if the airport’s single main runway is blocked. However, it is expected the airport will unveil plans to make greater use of the taxiway on a more regular basis. Gatwick has for some years been the world’s ...

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