Heathrow’s bid to raise charges to cover £2.6bn Covid costs rejected

Posted by on April 27, 2021 6:26 am
Categories: Global Stories

Airport’s plan not in the interests of consumers, says Civil Aviation Authority

Heathrow’s request to increase airport charges to recoup £2.6bn lost during the pandemic has been rejected by the UK’s aviation regulator.

The Civil Aviation Authority’s consumers and markets director, Paul Smith, described the plan as “disproportionate and not in the interests of consumers”.

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