A restart of US services would come as a huge boost for Heathrow airport, which relies on the market for 20 per cent of its traffic. File photo: Reuters A restart of US services would come as a huge boost for Heathrow airport, which relies on the market for 20 per cent of its traffic. File photo: Reuters
A restart of US services would come as a huge boost for Heathrow airport, which relies on the market for 20 per cent of its traffic. File photo: Reuters

Singapore, Hong Kong, US likely to be added to Britain’s holiday green list, Heathrow airport chief says

  • John Holland-Kaye said he expects the UK government to unveil the details as early as the end of next week
  • Australia, New Zealand, Israel and some Caribbean destinations are likely to feature on the list

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A restart of US services would come as a huge boost for Heathrow airport, which relies on the market for 20 per cent of its traffic. File photo: Reuters A restart of US services would come as a huge boost for Heathrow airport, which relies on the market for 20 per cent of its traffic. File photo: Reuters
A restart of US services would come as a huge boost for Heathrow airport, which relies on the market for 20 per cent of its traffic. File photo: Reuters
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