34% of UK export goods by value to global markets outside the EU and Switzerland travel via Heathrow. See the full calculation, here.
Up to 40 new long haul destinations: Impact of airport expansion options on competition and choice (Frontier Economics, 2014)
Regional and Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland jobs and economic benefits breakdown: Regional Distribution of Employment and Economic Impacts (QUOD, 2015)
Up to 40,000 local jobs: Heathrow Airport North West Runway: Business Case and Sustainability Assessment (Airports Commission, 2014)
Breakdown of 16,100 Scotland jobs by area: Distribution of Employment and Economic Impacts of Heathrow Expansion in Scotland (QUOD, 2016)
10,000 apprenticeships with Heathrow expansion, double the number without: The Promise of Heathrow: Heathrow’s vision for growth (Heathrow, 2014)
Up to 94,900 jobs in manufacturing:
38 UK Airports support Heathrow expansion: Regional and Business Airports Group (RABA) (consisting of 32 member airports), Leeds Bradford, Liverpool John Lennon, Newcastle International, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Belfast International Airport.
Heathrow expected to be connected to 5 rail lines and an easy connection to HS2: Taking Britain Further, Volume 1 (Heathrow, 2015).
Heathrow expansion will deliver up to £187bn in economic benefits across the UK by 2050: Economic benefits based on regional proportions applied to the updated UK estimate of £187bn to take into account Government’s latest demand forecasts (Quod, 2017).