British Airways chief executive Willie Walsh will face a transport select committee today.
He will discuss the Government's aviation policy, and is expected to give his thoughts on the controversial idea of a third runway at Heathrow Airport.
Walsh is also the Chief Executive of International Airlines Group.
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