BAA's appeal against the March Competition Commission ruling ordering it to sell three of its seven UK airports (London Gatwick, Stansted and either Edinburgh or Glasgow International) within two years was launched yesterday at the Competition Appeal Tribunal. The UK airports authority is arguing that the CC's findings are unlawful because of "proportionality" and an "apparent bias" it claims exists due to a link between a member of the ruling panel and an organization interested in buying ...

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