Heathrow braced for a million travellers over Easter

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This weekend will be one of the busiest of the year for Britain's airports.

The biggest, London Heathrow, expects more than a million to fly over the entire Easter break. How will it cope?

Andrew McMillan, strategy director for Heathrow Airport, told BBC Radio 5 live's Wake Up To Money: "There are a lot of families travelling through."

You can hear other BBC Radio 5 live highlights by visiting the Best Bits section on the website.

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