In order to get support of the government for its expansion plans, the Heathrow airport promised to protect the key factors of environment and economy. The airport has submitted 10 promises in its report that was submitted to Davies commission. These promises have been stated in the report in order to gain backing from the politicians.
In its report, the airport promised to support economy growth by adding new flights to prospective markets across the world. It also promised to protect above 100,000 jobs and also create thousands of new jobs in UK. Heathrow also vowed to solve the Britain’s problem of capacity, cheaply, than building a new airport. It is planning to create of building a new hub in the Thames Estuary which was suggested by Boris Johnson, Mayor of London.
Heathrow airport has also promised to reduce noise due the aircrafts. It also promised to compensate the house owners whose houses have been purchased by offering money greater than their value in the market. The final promises of the airport are to increase the number of passengers who uses the airport, keep the emissions at low levels and reduce disruption and delays.