The new £2.5 billion Terminal Two at Heathrow Airport will be finished on time and within budget. That is the view from aviation officials, with just one year to go to the opening of the new building.
Today management at the airport declared they have learned the lessons of the debacle at Terminal Five when thousands of bags were lost and passengers queued for hours, as the first flights moved to the new terminal. Penny Silvester reports.
The interviewees are: John Holland-Kaye, Development Director; and Lord Deighton, Commercial Secretary to the Treasury.
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