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Turbulence in the aviation industry makes nonsense of airport plans

Probably the most potent image in the environmental debate, the one invariably chosen to illustrate features on noise, threats to the countryside, plane crashes or terrorist outrages, is the picture postcard of an 11th-century church overshadowed by the monstrous shape of a Boeing 747 lumbering into the air.

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