The end game for BAA puts Stansted airport and Edinburgh or Glasgow in the shop window

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The UK Competition Commission (CC) has delivered its "final verdict" on BAA, insisting that it must begin selling off London Stansted Airport within three months and later either of Glasgow or Edinburgh, two of the three airports that make up its Scottish division. A report issued on 19-Jul-2011 upholds a decision reached by the CC in Mar-2011 when it rejected an appeal by Spain’s Ferrovial-controlled BAA to prevent it from being forced to sell Stansted in southeast England. However BAA indicated it might seek a judicial review of the decision.

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