Simple Flying
James Pearson

Gatwick Airport has a lot on its hands. The London airport seeks to use its ‘standby’ runway for regular movements to increase passenger volume. It is grabbing with British Airways potentially ending short-haul flying. And Wizz Air is chomping at the bit for more slots. The author caught up with Jonathan Polland, Gatwick’s Chief Commercial Officer, to discuss these things and more. But firstly, the airport’s long-haul operation and hopes are examined.

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