The romantic message, in the form of a Lonely Hearts Ad, to the Prime Minister is from a “busy west London airport, well-built, popular, looking for a commitment to a third runway ”.
The optimistic airport signs off by “Hoping David Cameron will make my night by swiping right”.
The message also includes a desperate message from a “Lonely Sussex airport, 58, tired of the single (runway) life, Sussex area preferred as it’s tricky getting into London or anywhere else in the UK”.
Rob Gray, Back Heathrow campaign director, said: “This advert is a bit of fun but it makes a serious point: that when it comes to expanding Heathrow, David Cameron is a commitment-phobe who now needs to make a decision.
“There is massive support for Heathrow expansion from across all political parties, the majority of UK businesses, international airlines, local firms and most residents living near the airport.
“We hope David Cameron enjoys our Valentine’s Day message and finally makes a commitment to Heathrow expansion”.