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Manchester will become "a major European business city" if plans for Manchester Airport Group’s (MAG) Airport City get the green light.

Manchester Airport has submitted plans to build a £100 million world logistics hub at its Airport City enterprise zone.

Manchester Airport Group’s (MAG) bid to buy Gatwick Airport is the only one left on the table, according to the Financial Times.

However BAA, the airport's owner, is preparing to go to court to challenge the ruling that it must sell it.

Manchester Airport Group has shelved plans to sell Humberside Airport.

The group put Humberside on the market and was in talks with several potential buyers.

However, in a statement the group said it had decided that it would retain its 82.7 per cent majority stake.

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