UK airports’ cargo capacity questioned as odds shorten on a no-deal Brexit

December 19, 2018 Alexander Whiteman

UK airports are facing crunch time with the country’s pending departure from the EU set to pile on the strain.
Some £185bn worth of exports travel out of the UK by air, with more than £253bn imported – the bulk of which travel through East Midlands, Heathrow and Stansted.
Head of global policy at the Freight Transport Association Alex Veitch has questioned whether the airports have the necessary infrastructure to handle a ...

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