BAA's common ownership of seven UK airports comprising London's Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted along with Southampton, Edinburgh, Glasgow International and Aberdeen may not be serving the interests of either airlines or passengers, the UK Competition Commission said in an interim report. "Overall, our current view is that there is potential for competition at all BAA's airports," inquiry Chairman Christopher Clarke noted. The report is part of the Commission's investigation into the market ...

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