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[textarea]London City Airport marks 25 years with £15m improvements

London City airport has announced a £15m improvement programme to mark its 25th anniversary.

Projects include refurbishment of the Western Pier and redevelopment of the international arrivals hall.

The airport near Canary Wharf was officially opened on 5 November 1987 and handled four airlines going to just Brussels, Paris and Plymouth.

Currently, it is home to 10 airlines, serving 43 destinations and carrying as many as 10m passengers annually.

It handles 70,000 flights per year and has permission to increase numbers to 120,000

Full Story: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-20200086[/textarea]
 

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[textarea]Plan agreed for London City Airport despite objections



A £220 million project to expand London City Airport has been given the go-ahead, despite more than 1,000 people being against it.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-31199659[/textarea]

There doesn't seem to be much said about what the plans actually are other than it's expected to cost £220m? Can anybody expand on this news story?
 

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Seeming as it was given approval back in July last year, does anyone know whats happening with the expansion plans for City airport? I'm yet to see any information regarding when the work will start or finish...
 
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