Virgin Atlantic Airways reported rival British Airways to the UK Office of Fair Trading for inappropriate phone calls that a BA executive allegedly made to Virgin executives regarding fuel surcharges, a tip-off that triggered a joint UK-US probe into possible "cartel activity," British media said Friday. BBC and other London-based media reported that BA Head of Communications Iain Burns made a number of phone calls to Virgin executives in which he informed them of BA's plans to raise fuel ...

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