New London Airport - A Twist to Da Vinci Code

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Thursday, 8 January 2009

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The skies over Chelsfield

Gordon 'Dan' Brown made an announcement today in PMQ that Biggin Hill was to become the New London Airport.

Due to the popularity of the book and film it will be renamed "Da Vinci Airport" and is expected to become one of the busiest terminals in Europe.

It is because many Americans Tourists following the course of the plot, book tickets to Biggin Hill and then find themselves trapped in circles waiting for permission to land.

The airport was first famous as one of the main locations for Spitfires in the Battle of Britain, however it has received renewed interest since Mr. Brown's book was first released.

Bromley residents took the news with some disquiet. "This is another labour plot to infiltrate the Tory heartland." said a local councilor. "And we must not encourage this pandering to American literary tourists."

A Police spokesman said, " What's goin on ere then? We were not appy with the way Kent Police was depicted in the plot; Plod don't run about with guns and such, very much."

Kentish hop farmers believe that increased level of aviation fumes will affect the flavour of local beers - particularly the popular Spitfire Brew.

Environmentalists welcomed the clean up of Orpington that will result.

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