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Despite stalled growth in China, Brazil and Russia, a wave of newly middle-class travelers from the BRICs and beyond will start visiting international destinations in the coming decades — dwarfing the numbers we’ve seen thus far.
The British government’s own intransigence over deciding the fate of a third runway at Heathrow or a new airport gives competing nearby airports and countries an opportunity to capitalize on their delay. Brilliant for Schiphol to start this new campaign.
Dutch aviation chiefs have brazenly launched a fresh campaign to promote Schiphol as a hub airport for Britain, cheekily nicknaming one of the six runways at the Amsterdam airport “Heathrow’s third runway”.
A new advert unveiled last week boasts of more than 100 daily flights from the UK to Schiphol, with connections to more than 275 destinations around the globe. The Dutch airport said it serves 23 destinations in Britain, compared with Gatwick’s 12 and Heathrow’s seven. But it strongly denied rumours it plans a seventh runway to become Britain’s top hub airport if no more runways are built here in coming years.