Is NATS the next BAA? Government and airlines prepare to sell their stakes

According to the head of The Airline Group, the collection of scheduled and charter airlines that owns 42% of Britain’s air traffic controller, National Air Traffic Services (NATS), the UK is likely to sell half its (49%) stake in NATS and some members of the Airline Group may also lower their stakes.

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