The UK Competition Commission (CC) publishes its Provisional Findings on competition in the UK airports markets

Competition Commission may require BAA to sell three airports The Competition Commission (CC) today published its Provisional Findings on competition in the UK airports markets. It has been investigating BAA airports following the OFT’s referral of the issue to it for a market investigation in March 2007. The CC has now provisionally concluded that there are competition problems at each of BAA’s seven UK airports, with adverse consequences for passengers and airlines. This is principally caused by the airports’ common ownership by BAA, although the CC also highlights problems arising

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  • UK Competition Appeal Tribunal (London)
  • Linklaters (London)
  • Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy (London)
  • Linklaters

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Michael Cutting, Ian Andrews, Clive Ransome, Bruce B. White, The UK Competition Commission (CC) publishes its Provisional Findings on competition in the UK airports markets, 20 August 2008, e-Competitions Bulletin Commitment Decisions, Art. N° 41534

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