British Airways yesterday said it was "extremely disappointed" at the UK CAA's proposed price caps at BAA's London airports that will take effect in 2008. The framework for the new pricing scheme, to be implemented in April 2008 and continue for five years, also includes a recommendation that the government remove price controls at London Stansted. But it was the proposal for LHR and LGW that drew BA's ire. CAA said it would like to raise caps at LHR by the Retail Price Index plus 4%-8% ...

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