The saga continues and somebody is adding a chapter to the book that will be published in10 years.
"The demise of LHR, from World Hub to Regional Airport".
London's Heathrow Airport warned it could struggle to grow its business after accusing the industry regulator of imposing a "draconian" cap on the prices Britain's biggest airport can charge airlines.Britain's Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) said on Friday it would insist that Heathrow set its prices at 1.5 percent below inflation from April 2014 after finding that the airport - Europe's busiest - had too much market power.Heathrow said it might appeal the cap, which was much lower than expected for the next five years, but airlines said the move did not go far enough as the hub still had some of the most expensive charges in the world.
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