The UK Competition Authority announces criminal charges in the airline fuel surcharges cartel case (British Airways)

On 7 August 2008, four men have been charged with cartel offences under the Enterprise Act in connection with the OFT's criminal investigation into price-fixing of fuel surcharges for long haul passenger flights. They face up to five years in jail, paving the way for the UK's most high-profile cartel trial. Former marketing director, Martin George BA's head of sales, Andrew Crawley, ex-communications head, Alan Burnett and Iain Burns, who once ran UK and Ireland sales for the airline, are charged with having dishonestly agreed with

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Marie-Charlotte Rouzier, The UK Competition Authority announces criminal charges in the airline fuel surcharges cartel case (British Airways), 7 August 2008, e-Competitions August 2008, Art. N° 21540

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