British Airways, Ryanair and easyJet yesterday called on the UK Office of Fair Trading to refer its study on the UK airports market to the Competition Commission, citing monopolistic conditions in the market and calling for the breakup of the airports operator. OFT in June launched a consultation to determine whether the current market structure benefitted consumers after research showed that about two-thirds of UK air travelers--and nine out of 10 London passengers--fly through a BAA ...

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