Heathrow boss warns aviation regulator’s plan to slash airline fees by 6% will see ‘passengers getting a worse experience’
- The CAA’s proposed cap is equivalent to a price cut of 6% per year up to 2026
- Heathrow’s CEO: Cap would lead to poorer service and discourage investment
- A final decision on the aviation regulator’s plans is due sometime in the autumn
London Heathrow’s boss has denounced plans to force the airport to reduce passenger charges over the coming four years.
Under proposals by the UK Civil Aviation Authority published on Tuesday, the average maximum…