Gatwick CEO Stewart Wingate has written to The Times today to articulate what he sees as the straightforward choice on the EU: Britain must stay in.
Stewart Wingate is the CEO of Gatwick Airport and writes about the importance of the European single market and remaining in the EU.
- Caroline Ansell MP opens Pier 5 – an £80 million project for Gatwick Airport
- Bigger gate rooms and better facilities for arriving and departing passengers
- Final runway decision delayed while air quality impact is reassessed
- Londoners recognise Gatwick’s lower environmental challenges
- Londoners again choose Gatwick expansion over Heathrow
- 2.7 million passengers travelled through Gatwick in December, +4.7% on previous year
- Oyster and contactless payments a game-changer for passengers
- Another milestone in the complete transformation of Gatwick’s rail services
- New and better trains plus a doubling of capacity on track to be delivered
Gatwick's CEO, Stewart Wingate looks at how in 2016 Gatwick is best placed to solve the decade old question: where should the South East's next runway be built?
- 2.6m passengers travelled through Gatwick in November, +7.3% on the previous year
- Cathay Pacific announces new Gatwick to Hong Kong route, starting September 2016
- Delay is a ‘defining moment’ in the airport expansion debate
- Expansion has always been about the economy and the environment
With a Government announcement on runway expansion expected shortly, Gatwick's chief executive Stewart Wingate writes why only Gatwick can deliver the airport capacity London and the UK needs.
- Adds to Gatwick’s growing network of long haul routes
- Four time weekly service will offer greater choice and flexibility for passengers
- Hong Kong is the premier gateway to China and the wider Far East
- Legal basis of Airports Commission report on air quality questioned
- Report also highlights Heathrow’s noise impact and surface access costs
- Increasingly clear that only Gatwick can deliver the UK’s new runway
- Heathrow’s plans to double freight mean 2 million heavy goods vehicles
- Air quality around Heathrow already breaches legal limits
- Gatwick expansion would boost competition and lower costs for UK exporters
As the Chancellor delivers this year’s joint Spending Review and Autumn Statement, Gatwick has again confirmed that it is not seeking a penny from the taxpayer to realise its second runway plan.