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.