W: It could also be used for housing, or it could be used for parks, you know. People then could come and enjoy themselves without having to travel far.
M: But, airports do bring some local advantages. They bring roads, there is obviously extra employment, for instance, new hotels, shops, restaurants will have to be built.
M: This means more jobs for the locals and it is good for local economy.
W: But you ask the people, you ask those who are now living near the airports, for instance, whether,
W: whether they reckon that airpotrs bring them advantages, although, all the airports are bringing are noise and vast motorways, and the whole area is, is desolated, isn't it?
M: But the airport infrastructure relies on housing and other facilities for the great number of people who would be employed in the airport, the pilots even, the stewardess, they have to live somewhere near the airport, right?
W: Yeah, but it's, it's just so, so damaging to the whole area. I think, airports, from my point of view, the whole concept is outdated, really.
W: Umm, with modern technology, we are going to make a lot of travel unnecessary, really?
W: For example, it won't be necessary for businessmen to fly out to a foreign county to talk to somebody.
W: They can just lift up a telephone in the office, press a button, and say to the person that they want to do business with.
W: You see, business deals can be made without having to travel back and forth, right?
M: Yes, you are right. But for a lot of people, personal contact is important. And this means travel, and means quick travel, air travel. And we just need a new airport.