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Aviation / Airports, East Anglia, East of England

BAA gives up Stansted legal struggle

Airport operator BAA has finally admitted defeat in its attempt to retain ownership of Stansted Airport north of London, after a Competition Commission ruling that it had to sell the airport. “Having carefully considered the Court of Appeal’s recent ruling, BAA has decided not to appeal to the Supreme Court and is now proceeding with the sale of Stansted Airport,” a statement from the company said. “But we still believe that the Competition Commission ruling fails to...

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