UK carrier British Airways (BA) has confirmed that it is leasing out some of the summer 2018 London Gatwick slots that it acquired from defunct UK leisure carrier Monarch Airlines, because it was unable to use them all. BA parent company International Airlines Group (IAG) announced that it was acquiring Monarch Airline’s London Gatwick slot portfolio in November 2017, primarily for use by BA. A BA spokesman said the extra slots have enabled the airline to operate its biggest ...

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