UK CAA announced its final decision on price caps at London Stansted for the next five years and confirmed that it will toughen performance targets, noting that under the new incentive scheme BAA could be forced to return up to £10 million ($13.8 million) per year if delivers "poor" service to passengers and airlines. Under the incentive regime, up to 7% of the charges from passenger flights at STN could be put at risk if standards of service at security queues, baggage systems, ...

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