British Midland International A321. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. UK Civil Aviation Authority said Wednesday it has launched a formal investigation into passenger and landing charges that took effect at London Heathrow April 1. The inquiry was prompted by a complaint from British Midland International of discriminatory pricing against domestic and short-haul carriers.  Bmi, a fully owned subsidiary of Lufthansa, filed a complaint in January with CAA arguing that LHR ...

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