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Manchester Airports Group (MAG) has teamed up with Beijing Construction Group (BCEG) as part of a joint venture to build the Airport City business district next to the airport.

Stansted Airport has been sold to Manchester Airports Group (MAG), in a deal worth £1.5bn in cash.

Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has been in the North West to unveil plans for the development of the £659 million Airport City, which will be based at Manchester Airport.

Revenues at Manchester Airports Group (MAG) rose by 7.7 per cent in the six months to 30 September.

Commercial property consultants Drivers Jonas Deloitte and Jones Lang La Salle will lead on the planning and commercial delivery of the new Enterprise Zone at Manchester Airport.

Work on Manchester's proposed Enterprise Zone, Airport City, is set to get underway in early 2012 after plans for the scheme were approved by the council executive.

MAG, the Manchester Airports Group, has today announced that its long serving group chief executive, Geoff Muirhead CBE, will retire later this year.

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