British Airways owner calls for breaking up Heathrow monopoly

British Airways owner calls for breaking up Heathrow monopoly

Create competition to run terminals when third runway is built to keep airfares low, IAG tells government

British Airways’ owner has called on government to break up Heathrow’s “monopoly” of infrastructure, suggesting that other companies could run the different terminals to create competition and cheaper flights for consumers.

IAG said the airport’s planned expansion could allow independent firms to create and run new terminals more effectively than Heathrow’s current owners, with lower costs to airlines.

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Source: Guardian Transport

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