BAA was forced to pay £7.34 million ($11.5 million) in rebates to airlines after failing to meet UK CAA's required performance standards at London Heathrow (£4.08 million) and Gatwick (£3.26 million) in the April-September period, the aviation authority confirmed. CAA called on both airports to explain why targets were missed and to present plans and timetables for meeting those targets in the future. It noted that service quality at both LHR and LGW has improved over the past ...

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