Heathrow Yet To See Impact From Brexit Vote, Says CEO

Heathrow Airport CEO John Holland-Kaye says it’s “too early” to see whether the U.K.’s Brexit vote is having any effect on passenger demand. He told "On the Move" hosts Guy Johnson in London and Caroline Hyde in Berli that the airport saw a “tail-off” in business traffic immediately before June referendum and there’s concern North America trade may be hit. A decision on the London airport expansion is to be expected between parliament’s post-recess return in September and the autumn statement in November.

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