The ‘usual suspects’ are the final Gatwick bidders

Despite the many forecasts and guesses about which companies would still be in the running for Gatwick Airport, and about last minute entrants, it is three of the original group that, it appears, have stuck it out. However, raising capital has been difficult, right up to the very end. The reward may be to acquire Britain’s second busiest airport at a very attractive price but BAA could still challenge the very legality of the sale.

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