Gatwick sale attracts three serious bids

May 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);5/1/2009, p16
Trade Publication
The article reports on the bids for the purchase of Gatwick airport in London, England. It is reported that, although there exists three serious bids, it is believed that the bids will be worth less than £2 billion which was estimated in the year 2008. It is reported that, BAA Airports Ltd., which owns the airport, was ordered to sell it in the year 2008 after Great Britain's Competition Commission found that, customers were suffering from lower levels of quality and service.


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