BAA BA chiefs tug your Thanksgiving heartstrings

February 2, 2008 at 5:15 am | Posted in America, Bonds, Britain, Families, Heathrow, Heathrow airport, Heathrow expansion, Thanksgiving, Transatlantic, Travel, UK, US | Leave a comment

Telling the 184,000 Americans who live and work in the UK that they can no longer go home for Thanksgiving is likely to damage Britain’s competitiveness every bit as much as restricting business travel.


Nice emotional business case there! I have been at Heathrow with one other family member in the terminal Thanksgiving queues, and hope never to be there again, though we did enjoy conversations with fellow queuers, so spirits were high even if our bodies were still grounded 😉

More on this in the letter co-authored by Stephen Nelson Chief Executive, BAA and Willie Walsh Chief Executive, British Airways in The Times dated February 2, 2008
Heathrow — the choices we have to make
What are the facts behind the Heathrow expansion proposals?

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