LONDON - British Midland Airways Ltd., or bmi, "is here to stay," the airline's chief executive said Tuesday, adding there is no intention to break up the carrier.
LONDON (August 20, 2008) - Unite, Britain's biggest union is today raising serious concerns at the likelihood of BAA being forced to sell 3 of the UK's 7 airports.
Four UK airlines want Britain’s Transport Secretary to break up the airport operator BAA, according to London newspapers.
Executives of British Midland Air, Easyjet, Ryanair and Virgin ...
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