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Articles tagged “Heathrow Airport”

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Travel Companies Selling Their Offices Reinforces Remote Work’s Staying Power

Whether HQs are phased out due to cost-cutting, restructuring or a genuine desire to adopt remote work policies, the net result is the same: more people looking for spaces to collaborate.

Travel Companies Selling Their Offices Reinforces Remote Work’s Staying Power

Airlines

Top UK Court Clears Heathrow Airport Expansion

We'll believe it when we see the bulldozers. Heathrow's operators still need to get relevant planning permissions. Plus, they also plan to recoup the expansion cost partly with extra landing fees. Cash-strapped airlines may balk.

Top UK Court Clears Heathrow Airport Expansion

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Heathrow Airport Expansion in Doubt After UK Court Ruling

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has never been a fan of Heathrow expansion and this decision could be all he needs to put an end to the project.

Heathrow Airport Expansion in Doubt After UK Court Ruling

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Heathrow Airport Wants to Give Virgin Atlantic a Competitive Edge

Virgin Atlantic has always talked a good game in relation to challenging British Airways but never quite delivered. Getting more slots at Heathrow Airport would give it ample opportunity to expand.

Heathrow Airport Wants to Give Virgin Atlantic a Competitive Edge

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British Airways Owner Rips Into Heathrow Airport Over ‘Outrageous’ Expansion Costs

It's strange to see an airport and its biggest customer at loggerheads. IAG CEO Willie Walsh is rapidly losing his patience with the expansion project, and the UK government might decide to follow suit.

British Airways Owner Rips Into Heathrow Airport Over ‘Outrageous’ Expansion Costs

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London Heathrow Clears Another Legal Hurdle in Airport Expansion Bid

Another victory for London Heathrow in its pursuit of a third runway but as we've said many times before, there's still a long way to go.

London Heathrow Clears Another Legal Hurdle in Airport Expansion Bid

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Heathrow Airport Effort to Raise Capital Is Imperiled by Brexit

The operator of Europe’s biggest aviation hub is mulling the issue of a 15-year euro-denominated bond note. While it's plausible the UK will postpone Brexit upheaval for at least a short period, Heathrow needs to face up to the risk of no-deal disruption in financial markets sometime this year.

Heathrow Airport Effort to Raise Capital Is Imperiled by Brexit

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Heathrow Is Looking to Add 25,000 Flights a Year

UK airports are seeing lots of new investment. Expansion is good, but will Brexit end up being a spoiler for Heathrow and Gatwick?

Heathrow Is Looking to Add 25,000 Flights a Year

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U.S. Travelers Among Those Permitted to Skip Lines at Heathrow in Preparation for Brexit

It's pretty clear who the U.K. wants to business with after it leaves the European Union. Travel headaches were eased for Americans, Japanese, Canadians, Aussies and New Zealanders on Monday. Wait for those calls of outrage from the rest of the world stuck in horrendously long lines at Heathrow.

U.S. Travelers Among Those Permitted to Skip Lines at Heathrow in Preparation for Brexit

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London’s $15 Billion Crossrail Line Delayed Until Late 2019

A nine-month delay for additional safety tests is understandable for a project of this magnitude. The faster and less costly links to London’s main airport Heathrow will lift tourism as long as Crossrail provides frequent service to the airport's busiest terminal, Terminal 5.

London’s $15 Billion Crossrail Line Delayed Until Late 2019