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Podcast: Daniel Libeskind sides East on London aviation debate

Last week at the BAU 2013 trade fair in Munich, WAN sat down with Daniel Libeskind to find out where he stood on the UK's aviation debate. Should Heathrow - which is currently running at 98.2% capacity - be extended with additional runways or should the UK invest in a new transport hub in the Thames Estuary?

For Libeskind it seems that 'the future of airports isn't expansion'. He explains: "At present you can't keep extending Heathrow and expect it to last for the next 50 years... I think it's a hopeless thing to keep expanding airports in residential areas." Listen to the short podcast to hear more from Daniel Libeskind.

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