In a speech yesterday at the Centre for London, Sir Howard Davies, Chair of the Airports Commission, set out the Commission’s developing views on the UK’s future airport capacity needs. The Airports Commission’s emerging thinking, on which it is inviting comments, includes: • Pressure on the UK’s busiest airports is likely to continue to grow even if we take a more conservative view of future aviation demand than the DfT has in the past. This is likely to see levels of future demand in excess of capacity in the south east of England airport system. • Importantly, this appears to

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