The UK government-appointed Airports Commission published its long-awaited report at the beginning of July, setting out recommendations for expanding aviation capacity in the UK. But anxiously anticipated as the report was, it has barely moved the process forward, and there is growing recognition that there is still a long and difficult road to travel before work finally begins on constructing urgently needed additional runway capacity. The report recommends a third runway at Heathrow as ...

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