British Airways (BA) has said it will move flights from London City Airport if new owners attempt to increase landing charges. The airport’s US owners, Global Investment Partners (GIP), put it on the market last year for a reported £2 billion ($2.9 billion). The airport handled a record 4.3 million passengers last year, up 18% on 2014. The airport, built on old shipping berths adjacent to the city’s Docklands financial district, is popular with bankers and business ...

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