UK Competition Commission concluded that airports operator BAA should be allowed to increase charges at London Stansted in the five-year period starting next April 1, albeit at a lower rate than it proposed. In its report to CAA, the Commission recommended an increase in the maximum level of charges at STN to £6.56 ($10.57) per passenger in 2009-10, 3.5% higher than projected 2008-09 charges of £6.34. Charges then would increase by no more than the retail price index inflation plus ...

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