Airport VIP lounges

Steve Elibank made this Freedom of Information request to Foreign and Commonwealth Office

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Dear Foreign and Commonwealth Office,

In an answer to a Parliamentary question some years ago (6th July 1981), it was stated that the Secretary of State was "responsible for advising the British Airports Authority on those to whom the Government consider it appropriate to accord special facilities at Gatwick and Heathrow airports." The list included the Cabinet, the Leader of the Opposition, the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Chief Rabbi.

Does such a list, or equivalent guidance, currently exist? If so, please provide an electronic copy of it.

Yours faithfully,
Steve Elibank

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Dear Mr Elibank,

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request. It has been assigned a unique reference number (above) and has been passed to the relevant section within the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to deal with. They will be in touch with you should your request need clarification.

We received your request on 08 November 2010 and will aim to respond within 20 working days.

Yours sincerely

Emma Walpole
Information Rights Team

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Dear Mr Elibank,

Please find attached our response to your Freedom of Information regarding
airport VIP lounges.



Nuruddin Ahmad |Protocol Directorate | Foreign and Commonwealth Office |
Old Admiralty Building | London SW1A 2PA

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