Bmi is urging the UK Civil Aviation Authorityto investigate BAA's plans to introduce higher charges for domestic passengers flying out of London Heathrow and warned that it is preparing legal action to block the increases. The carrier, which is the second-largest slot holder at LHR, believes BAA's conduct is "unreasonably discriminating" against domestic operations from the airport. BAA recently announced that from April 1, 2011, it intends to raise charges by more than ...

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