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Heathrow expansion is unneccesary and too disruptive, says Gatwick

Gatwick Airport has renewed its appeal to Sir Howard Davies to reject calls for a mega-hub airport as the solution to the UK’s air capacity crisis.The airport operator submitted its detailed proposals for expansion to the Davies-led Airports Commission last week.

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