London Gatwick has issued a statement to the report: “Gatwick welcomes the Transport Select Committee’s report and fully accepts its recommendations.
"Following the events of Christmas Eve, Gatwick set aside a £30 million resilience fund and immediately began projects to strengthen flood defences.
"In partnership with its airlines, extensive work has already been undertaken to improve contingency plans and passenger welfare in times of disruption.
"It is now important to focus on the future and today’s report coupled with David McMillan’s accepted recommendations will help ensure the entire airport community makes the improvements required.”
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