In a major boost to improve passengers’ journeys and support British jobs and investment, UK Chancellor Philip Hammond, Transport Secretary Chris Grayling and Communities Secretary Sajid Javid have announced the go-ahead for a brand new £344 million expansion programme at London City Airport. The three ministers announced the approved plans for an extended terminal, new aircraft taxiway and parking spaces for planes in one of the capital’s fastest growing airports. London City Airport also estimates that the scheme will create 1,600 airport jobs for staff, together with 500 construction jobs, and could potentially contribute £1.5 billion to the UK economy

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