aviation policy

Boris Johnson has told business leaders he "had a dream" of Britain having a "new hub airport" like his proposed "Boris Island
Aviation is crucial to the UK's economy. Not only is it responsible for about one million jobs, £50 billion in GDP and £8 billion in tax revenues, it provides the infrastructure vital to the country's ability to function as an internationally connected and growing trading nation.
David Cameron has refused to rule out a U-turn on blocking a third runway at Heathrow airport, in the strongest indication
Proposed changes to aviation regulation must not jeopardise security or harm small airports' viability, MPs warned today
The revelation in Wednesday's Telegraph that a consultation on an airport in the Thames Estuary is to be launched in March
Aviation industry bosses say they're dismayed at an apparent U-turn by Labour over a third runway at Heathrow airport. Labour's
Given the Conservatives' blanket opposition to expansion at Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted, and their conscientiously-crafted