File - An Airbus A380-800 aircraft arrives at Terminal 3 at Heathrow Airport in London.
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The head of Heathrow's biggest rival has criticized the political deadlock over building another runway in Britain's southeast, condemning the failure to expand the west London airport as "scandalous".Paul Griffiths, chief executive of Dubai International airport, which overtook Heathrow in January to become the world's busiest airport handling international passengers, said politicians should not stand in the way of big decisions on infrastructure. Many in the aviation industry are sceptical, as Mr Griffiths is, that action will come soon, despite the government's independent airports commission being due to report after the general election on where a runway could be built.
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