UK air navigation services provider NATS, which is celebrating its10th anniversary as a public-private partnership, paid £40 million ($64 million) in dividends to its shareholders after posting a pre-tax profit of £106.1 million for its fiscal year ended March 31, a 37.3% increase over £78.3 million earned in FY2009-10. Revenue rose 2.9% to £777.3 million with both main divisions of its business—the provision of en-route air traffic management in the UK and ...

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