British Airways spokesperson told reporters the carrier is giving "no consideration" to suing the UK government to recoup the nearly £50 million ($94.7 million) some analysts say it lost as a result of the past week's cancellations and delays at London airports. Ryanair reportedly is feeling otherwise and has contacted other carriers about challenging the government. EasyJet denied it was interested in suing the government, AFX News reported. "The first duty of any government is to ...

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