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  • Questions raised on airport deal changesCAMPAIGNERS have questioned whether changes to a deal between Durham Tees Valley Airport’s (DTVA) operator and six councils put pressure on planners to approve a proposal for a large-scale housing development.

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  • UK airports group sees continuing growthLong-haul growth at two of its three airports saw Manchester Airports Group (MAG) return an increased net profit from continuing operations for its 2017-18 financial year of £122.5 million ($161.9 million), up from £117.4 million. read more

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