London Biggin Hill Airport reports it grew by 12% in 2018, as compared to what it says was a 1% decline in business aviation activity at other London airports. It attributed its growth in part to its helicopter shuttle to downtown, extension of its operating hours, competitive handling fees and charges and the absence of slot restrictions, with much of the activity stemming from the charter market. Robert Walters, the airport’s business development director, said, ...

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