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Ryanair condemns Stansted appeal decision

London Heathrow airport owner BAA Airports won permission to present its appeal to overturn an order that it must sell its Stansted terminal to meet antitrust rules.

28th May, 2012
Ryanair aircraft parked at Stansted, its biggest base.

London Heathrow airport owner BAA Airports won permission to present its appeal to overturn an order that it must sell its Stansted terminal to meet antitrust rules.

But Ryanair has criticised the move and called for an early sale of the airport, which is its biggest base. The airline said in a statement that traffic figures for 2012 show that Stansted is now in its fifth year of traffic declines with traffic down 25 per...

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