As had been expected following its mid-December ruling on the matter, the UK Competition Commission is requiring BAA to sell both London Gatwick and Stansted and either Edinburgh or Glasgow International, reasoning that this is "the only way to address comprehensively the detriment to passengers and airlines from the complete absence of competition between BAA's southeast airports and between Edinburgh and Glasgow." In its final report issued yesterday following a two-year inquiry into BAA's ...

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