Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Airport is vital to prosperity

NECC campaigned hard LAST year, with both North East airport, to get the message across to decision makers in Whitehall that the air connectivity plays an important role for businesses seeking to strengthen and develop markets in other areas UK and around the world.

This year, we will continue to push this message home.

Pressure on UK airports and airlines can be so acute. Decision makers should do all they can to ensure that policies supporting national and international connectivity. This means that the airport should be supported as an important economic role they play in connecting businesses in the market which in turn helps to stimulate job and wealth creation.

On 27 November NECC partnership with BAA Heathrow and hosted a show in detail that sets a new role to play airport. Speaker from Oxford Economics and mee joined by leading economists, Dr. Irwin Stelzer, to illustrate how the airport to support economic growth in the region such as the North East.

This is an important opportunity to bring the private sector together to show partners from elsewhere in the UK, including decision-makers in government, with many businesses in the North East of the hinge, or begin to rely, on the air link to access and compete in international markets nationally and internationally.

Until the private sector articulate consistent and realistic set of priority transport infrastructure as a change in policy that covers road transport expenditure and the range of policy impact. It is important that all stakeholders in the North East are working together to ensure that no one message, and that it is listening.

NECC has long believed that the increased access to and from the region, whether on the ground or in the air, for the national or international market, is a certain way to open up the potential for economic growth is no doubt the North East . AC World class actually link these centers, and NECC will continue to put the message to the decision makers.

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