Record Cargo for BAA

April 2000
Logistics & Transport Focus;Apr2000, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p7
Trade Publication
Reports that a record total of 1,773,000 tons of cargo passed through the seven airports of the BAA in Great Britain in 1999, an increase of 4.6 percent on the previous year, with three London, England-based airports accounting for 98 percent of the group's total and 80 percent of all air cargo of the country.


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