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Airport operator BAA is selling Stansted Airport after deciding not to challenge a ruling forcing it to sell the airport.

Airport operator BAA has been told it must sell Stansted Airport.


London’s Heathrow airport handled a record 6.9 million passengers in July, according to new figures from its owner BAA.

BAA has announced the sale of Gatwick, Britain's second busiest airport, to US investment fund Global Infrastructure Partners for £1.51bn.

BAA's monopoly on Britain's biggest airports is to be broken up, with two out of Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted set to be sold off.

The Competition Commission (CC) has found "competition problems" at each of BAAs seven UK airports.  

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