The UK government has revealed that it could sell off its remaining share of UK air navigation service provider (ANSP) National Air Traffic Services (NATS). Details of the potential sale were included in the publication of the government’s spending review, announced by the Treasury on Nov. 25. The sale would be part of a wider plan to raise £5 billion ($7.5 billion) through corporate and financial asset sales by March 2020. The government said that £4.6 billion of assets ...

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