British Airways test flight lands on runway at St Helena airport
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St Helena airport too windy to open

The opening of an airport on the British overseas territory of St Helena has been delayed indefinitely due to high winds.

The £285m project is being paid for by the Department for International Development and was due to open in May.

Footage shows a test flight at the airport, which set off the aircraft's windshear warning system.

  • 09 Jun 2016
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