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A Boeing 747-400 aircraft, operated by Virgin Atlantic, left, taxis... Photo d'actualitéAffaires,Angleterre,Avion,Avion de tourisme,Aéroport,Aéroport de Gatwick,Boeing,Culture d'entreprise,Environnement,Europe,Finance,Horizontal,Industrie aérospatiale,Migration quotidienne,Royaume-Uni,Taxi,Tourisme,Transport aérien,Virgin Atlantic,Voyage,Économie,Être en mouvementPhotographer Collection: Bloomberg 2013 BloombergA Boeing 747-400 aircraft, operated by Virgin Atlantic, left, taxis past an Easyjet Plc aircraft at Gatwick airport in Crawley, U.K., on Thursday, Jan. 10, 2013. Gatwick, acquired by Global Infrastructure Partners Ltd. in 2009 after regulators sought a breakup of BAA Ltd., owner of the larger Heathrow hub, is 30 miles (48 kilometers) south of London and serves about 200 destinations, more than any other U.K. airport, according to flight schedule data provider OAG. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty Images