BAA put London Gatwick up for sale yesterday, a move it described as a "realistic. . .response" to the UK Competition Commission's provisional report released last month that raised concerns over the company's ownership of seven UK airports including three serving London. Though BAA said it does not agree with the CC's provisional findings (ATWOnline, Aug. 21), a precursor to a final decision expected early next year on whether BAA's airport holdings should be broken up, it conceded that it ...

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