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IAA eyes stake in British air traffic control service

The Irish Aviation Authority has lodged an initial expression of interest to buy a stake in Nats, Britain's air traffic control service.

20th April, 2013
How The Sunday Business Post broke the story.

The Irish Aviation Authority has lodged an initial expression of interest to buy a stake in Nats, Britain's air traffic control service.

*The Sunday Business Post* revealed two weeks ago that the commercial semi-state was preparing to bid for a stake in the Airline Group, a consortium of airlines - including British Airways, Lufthansa and Easyjet - which owns 42 per cent of Nats.

The Department of Transport confirmed in a statement to this newspaper that...

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