Critics say Heathrow should face sanctions if it breaks promises over third runway

posted on 19th March 2018 by Jordan Newton
Critics say Heathrow should face sanctions if it breaks promises over third runway

Staunch critics of Heathrow Airport have stated that it should face sanctions if it breaks promises relating to its proposed third runway extension.

The Telegraph reported that IATA released data that demonstrated a significant spike in passenger charges contradicting John Holland Kaye’s statement that they would stay at the same level.

MPs have stated that there is a weak structure in place that does not incentivise Heathrow to tackle costs appropriately.

Some are calling for Heathrow to be sanctioned if it continues to ‘break’ its promises after the extension of a third runway.