Head of Airports Commission, Sir Howard Davies
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Commission boss: 'We need to expand runway capacity'

The south-east of England will need more runway capacity in the years to come, the head of the Airports Commission has said.

Sir Howard Davies has set out the commission's "developing views" on the UK's future airport capacity needs.

He said the "provisional conclusion" was that extra runway capacity would be needed in the South East over the coming decades.

The BBC spoke to Sir Howard Davies.

  • 07 Oct 2013
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