The administrators of insolvent UK leisure carrier Monarch Airlines have won their legal appeal to keep possession of some of the airport slots previously held by the carrier. The ruling by the UK Court of Appeal in London overturns a lower court’s ruling earlier this month that Monarch’s slots should be returned to the slots “pool” administered by Airport Coordination Ltd. (ACL), for redistribution to other carriers. ACL handles slot allocations for 38 airports in ...

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