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The SASIG report suggested the introduction of fiscal or infrastructure policies to impose constraints on the freedom to travel.
The SASIG report also said the Government should accept that many airports were so located that their growth should slow down or stop, in favour of planning the growth at a smaller number of airports throughout the UK.
SASIG, which asked aviation economic specialists Berkeley Hanover to prepare the study, claims the government was "aware the other two sites could produce greater economic benefits and fewer environmental drawbacks".
SASIG chairman Richard Worrall said: "The consultation appears loaded in favour of unrelenting expansion at existing sites.
In its reply to the government's consultation on the future of air travel, Sasig
says the government must rule out new runways at any of the airports in the South-east, particularly at Heathrow.