'Uncertainties' in air traffic control bid

The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) is adopting a 'wait and see' approach to its bid for a share of Britain's air traffic control service.

29th June, 2013

The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) is adopting a 'wait and see' approach to its bid for a share of Britain's air traffic control service. According to well-placed sources, this is because of uncertainties about what influence any new shareholder will have,

NATS, the airline group that is selling its 42 per cent stake in Britain's air traffic control agency, has the right to appoint its chief executive but it is understood that this right could...

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