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Beckett Rankine unveils Offshore Airport in the Thames Estuary

Courtesy of Beckett Rankine
Courtesy of Beckett Rankine

With both Heathro and Gatwick pushing their limits, it is imperative that the UK begins to move forward with expanding their global aviation capacity. Over the years, multiple proposals have been presented, including Norman Foster’s “London Britannia Airport”. Now, Beckett Rankine has unveiled an inventive, offshore proposal located on the Goodwin sands in UK territorial waters nearly three kilometres off the east coast of Kent. Continue after the break to learn more.