Neil Clark, talking about UK airports:
But their spectacular failure to adequately deal with recent snowfalls has surely exposed to all but the most fanatical free marketeers, the enormous price we pay for having our infrastructure in private ownership.
So we should nationalise \’em or summat\’, yes?
Even in capitalist America, airports are run as not-for-profit publicly owned entities. And America\’s airports, despite having to deal with far more extreme conditions, cope considerably better.
Snow started falling in the United States around New York City late on Sunday morning, by which time nearly 1,000 flights out of the region\’s three major airports had been cancelled in anticipation of the storm. More cancellations were expected.
Wonder if facts come into his analysis or whether the truth simply appears by revelation?