UK airports operator BAA lost its appeal Feb. 1 of a 2009 ruling by the UK Competition Commission (CC) that had the effect of directing it to sell London Stansted (STN). “It is now surely time for BAA to accept our findings and proceed with the necessary divestments,” said Laura Carstensen, who chairs the CC's BAA Remedies Implementation Group. The CC in March 2009 decided that BAA should sell two of the three London airports it then controlled and one of its airports ...

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