History and the Heathrow expansion

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History shows that UK eventually builds the infrastructure it needs, writes Andrew Adonis

Ryanair threatens to exit Denmark

Warning follows Danish court ruling allowing strike action

Jakarta warns AirAsia affiliate on equity

Indonesian affiliate told to raise new equity or risk losing licence

Ryanair and Hertz clash over car hire deal

Irish airline to take legal action after rental group ends tie-up

DoJ launches probe of high airline fares

US prices have been rising as jet fuel cost has fallen

Danish court rules against Ryanair

Carrier must sign collective agreement with local staff

Generic pictures of airplanes including the A380 and Boeing 747 queuing at Heathrow Airport to go with Colin Mathews, CEO of Heathrow Airport I/V.
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Heathrow plan ‘fundamentally different’

Sir Howard Davies says radical changes make plan viable

Currency slump dents corporate Indonesia

Rupiah hits lows not seen since 1998 Asian financial crisis, squeezing margins

Heathrow expansion faces multiple hurdles

Tory opponents under the flight path will fight to the end

Q&A: Airports Commission report

The key findings of the Davies report, and what happens next

Reaction: UK airports panel decision

Business, political and environment groups give their verdict

Lufthansa offers Germanwings victims €25,000

Task force could face random tests for drugs and alcohol

Osborne seeks airport expansion backing

Recommendation from Davies Commission due on Wednesday

Sky-high demand keeps ticket prices aloft

EU and US airlines have little incentive to pass on fuel savings

IndiGo airline marks Indian IPO revival

$400m share offer raises hopes that listings will take off again

Lufthansa sets sights on civilian drones

Carrier plans training and maintenance push into nascent sector

Britons flown home after Tunisia attack

Tui and Thomas Cook schedule extra flights

Expand Heathrow to show UK open for business

Third runway would prime London as the global hub for passengers

AirAsia CEO pledge to prove critics wrong

Tony Fernandes rejects highly critical report by analysts of budget carrier’s accounting practices

Hong Kong rejects Jetstar application

Potentially fatal blow to plans by budget carrier backed by Qantas and China Eastern

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