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Let Britain fly, says The BHA  

Ufi Ibrahim, CEO of The British Hospitality Association
Ufi Ibrahim, CEO of The British Hospitality Association said: "It is illogical that on one hand the government states commitment to an ambitious programme to increase UK exports by 2020, and on the other hand it delays the most important decision needed to drive exports to the UK. The success of the government's own Great campaign relies heavily on the timely expansion of aviation capacity.

"Therefore it seems incongruous to channel increased funds into promoting exports if we aren't going to have the green light on facilitating that growth through our main airports to the UK. Ours is an international industry, representing the UK to visitors and investors from across the world. Our government stalling on such an important decision sends the wrong message to our export markets and damages the sustainable livelihood of our businesses, particularly our SMEs reliant on our international aviation hub for traffic across all of Britain."

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