Two more major users of London City Airport (LCY)—Ireland-based CityJet and UK-based regional Flybe—have joined British Airways (BA) in voicing concerns over any increase in charges to be imposed by a new owner for the inner-city facility. The airport was put up for sale by current owners Global Infrastructure Partners in August 2015. Press reports have indicated that a price tag of £2 billion ($2.9 billion) has been affixed to the airport, which has a heavy bias toward ...

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