2022 was neither the best of times nor the worst of times for London’s Gatwick and Heathrow airports. Both can point to a better 2022 compared with the previous two years. On March 16, Gatwick announced a £195.2 million profit in 2022 as passenger numbers topped 32 million, around 70% of the pre-Covid level. An hour or so drive to the north and west, London Heathrow had three weeks earlier reported a loss of £700 million despite around 62 million passengers in 2022. Heathrow’s loss was, all the same, a big improvement on 2021, when it lost £1.2bn. The gain
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