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OU on the BBC: Airport Live

Updated Monday, 17th June 2013

A four-part live series revealing the untold story of how Heathrow Airport is run.

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Airport Live presenters next to a jet engine Copyrighted  image Icon Copyright: BBC The Airport Live presenters Airport Live is a new live series revealing the untold story of how Heathrow Airport is run.

Dan Snow, Dallas Campbell, Anita Rani and Kate Humble go airside at Heathrow, the world’s busiest international hub airport.

More than 200,000 passengers travel through Heathrow each day. Everything and everyone is on a deadline.

Unprecedented behind the scenes access allows us to witness this daily relay race first hand.

We’ll see air traffic control in action and explain the extraordinary science and logistics behind every flight.

It all starts on Monday 17 June at 8pm on BBC Two. See the episode guide below for more information, and check out our articles and videos about the complex issues that affect modern air travel further down the page.

For more information about the programmes, visit the BBC's Airport Live pages.





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