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BAA forced to sell 3 airports
Monday, 23 March 2009

THE UK Competition Commission (CC) has ordered UK airport operator BAA to sell both Gatwick and Stansted as well as either Edinburgh or Glasgow airports.

In its final published report on BAA’s ownership of seven UK airports, the CC also stipulated the airports must be sold within two years. They are to be sold in sequence, beginning with Gatwick, then Stansted, followed by either Edinburgh or Glasgow airports. The sale of Gatwick was already initiated last year.

BAA is also required to improve consultation with airlines at Aberdeen, as well as publish certain financial and other information.

The CC also recommended that the UK Civil Aviation Authority takes specified action at Heathrow and that the Government should review the need for, and design of, a more effective and more flexible regulatory system for airports.

Christopher Clarke, chairman of the BAA Airports inquiry said: “We are confident that the sale of these airports will bring substantial benefits to passengers and airlines.”

By : Travelinfo
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