6 MARCH 2017


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Article from BTNews 6 MARCH 2017

Will Northolt close?

Do you use Facebook, Linkedin and Twitter? Please feel free to tell your contacts when it comes to a BTN story that might interest them. Add a link. And do look at  OUR READERS FINEST WORDS, which completes every  article.  Last week,  COMMENT/Luton Airport came in for some interesting remarks, as did  'Baths v Showers',  the result of which is in  AND FINALLY.

Northolt is back in the news this week with reports it is to be closed for repair works to take place, reawakening the debate over what exactly the future might hold. With BTN’s position well known, editor-in-chief Malcolm Ginsberg is ON THE SOAPBOX for March. Meanwhile, Heathrow, just down the road, unveils its eco-credentials for the new generation. Yet more strikes loom, this time involving  French ATCAeromexico  will be in the spotlight at this month’s Aviation Club lunch, while  business aviation  will occupy the RAeS in April.  United Airlines  is looking revitalised and  Malaysia Air  is following suit.  As this is the first issue of the month we offer  CRUISING  and this is linked to ON TOUR and  Réunion Island.

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The “What Was Read” League: 

BTN monitors subscriber reading (only by numbers, not individuals).

For BTN 27 February, here are the results to date:

1 COMMENT: Cover-up needed at Luton

2 Tim Clark in narrowbody aircraft talks

3 Ryanair update