BAA is bracing for a final ruling that will force the sale of at least two, and most likely three, of its UK airports. The UK Competition Commission in December "confirmed" that it will require BAA to sell both London Gatwick and Stansted, setting the stage for a breakup of its control of London's airports for which airlines long have pushed. "We still don't believe we should be forced to sell Stansted or one of our Scottish airports," BAA spokesperson Damon Hunt told ATW's Airports Today. ...

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