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  • Heathrow launches its first ever Christmas ad
  • Heathrow launches its first ever Christmas ad
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Heathrow launches its first ever Christmas ad

Heathrow is in a lot of Brits' bad books over its proposed expansion. But in the run-up to Christmas, the airport is looking to get back into people’s good graces with a heart-warming ad that taps into growing desires to escape the UK for the first festive season following Brexit.

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