British Airways could be about to double its operations at Gatwick Airport, according to The Telegraph. The London newspaper on Sunday reported that the International Airlines Group (IAG)-owned carrier “is understood” to be planning to up the number of aircraft stationed at Gatwick from 14 to 24-28 “in the coming years”. The expansion would come after a summer of discontent at Heathrow Airport, which capped summer passenger numbers and has sought to add £12 to its £30 landing charge, provoking criticism from IAG. British Airways had earlier cut back on offerings from Gatwick after travel and related restrictions were imposed in

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