London’s Heathrow Airport has opened an eight-week consultation on its planned expansion that includes a proposal to add up to 25,000 additional flights a year through more efficient use of its two existing runways, ahead of the opening of a third in 2026. The London hub announced its Airspace & Future Operations consultation Jan. 8. The public will be given the opportunity to comment on a raft of topics relating to the required airspace changes for an expanded Heathrow and the ...

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