London Airports DebateThe London Evening Standard will next month host a debate on what to do about London’s aviation capacity crisis. Some of the key voices in the argument will come together at the Emmanuel Centre in central London on Wednesday June 27 to debate issues including a third runway at Heathrow and the possibility of building a new £50billion island airport in the Thames Estuary. Panellists will include the chief of British Airways owner IAG Willie Walsh, Daniel Moylan, the Mayor’s key adviser on aviation, writer Alain de Botton, Katja Hall, CBI Chief Policy Director and environmental campaigner Tamsin Omond. The debate will be chaired by Jon Sopel, broadcaster and journalist. 6.45pm, Wednesday 27 June, Emmanuel Centre, Westminster
Doors open at 6pm. Admission strictly by ticket only. Tickets are FREE but are limited and must be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. Your tickets will be sent to you as an email confirmation, which you must bring along to the debate. Ticket reservations are now closed.