Let Britain Fly
London First launched the independent Let Britain Fly campaign in November 2013 with the support of a coalition of over 100 national business leaders, business organisations, industry bodies and economists.
It was kindly supported by Aberdeen Asset Management, Cadogan, Canary Wharf Group, City of London, Edwardian Group London, Harrods, Mace, SEGRO and Selfridges, along with the London Chamber of Commerce, the FSB and the IoD.
After almost three years of campaigning to expand the south-east’s airport capacity, the government has finally announced its clear support for a third runway at Heathrow Airport. A short document highlighting the campaign’s achievements and major milestones can be seen here.
Following this success, the campaign has been put into abeyance. London First will continue working to ensure the UK follows an aviation policy that keeps us trading with the world, and ensure that we make best use of our existing airports in the meantime, particularly through improving rail links.
Contact Richard Dilks on 020 7665 1502 for further information
Download and read our publications on Let Britain Fly.
- Reports (2 documents)
- The Importance of Domestic Connectivity(PDF, 735.79K)
- Importance of air freight to UK exports LetBritainFly(PDF, 1.76MB, September 2016)