Latest Glasgow International Airport Stories
LONDON, Feb. 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- About Aviation Market in the UKThe Aviation market in the UK includes airports and airlines.
By MICHAEL SETTLE BRITISH Airways should consider rebranding itself "London Airways", a group of MPs suggested last night in an expression of concern at the airline's decision to close its cabin crew base at Glasgow Airport with the loss of 138 jobs.
By IAIN LUNDY THE firm that owns Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam has confirmed a "definite interest" in buying Glasgow Airport if it is put up for sale. Itis the second company, followingManchester Airport Group, to register an interest in Glasgow Airport, which faces being sold off by owner BAA.
By TORCUIL CRICHTON TWO NHS doctors went on trial yesterday accused of plotting the terrorist car-bomb attacks on Glasgow Airport and London last year.
AIRPORT operator BAA has threatened a legal challenge against the Competition Commission after the watchdog recommended a break-up of its businesses. In its recent report, the company recommended the sale of Edinburgh or Glasgow Airport, as well as two of its London airports.
By GORDON THOMSON GATWICK Airport was today put up for sale, leaving major question marks over the ownership of Glasgow Airport.
AMANDA McMillan couldn't have taken over as managing director of Glasgow Airport at a more challenging time. The credit crunch, collapsing economic markets, bankrupt charter airlines and the prospect of the airport being sold might dishearten the strongest person.
By GERRY BRAIDEN BAA, the much-criticised operator of Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow Airports, has insisted it is determined to hold on to all three, despite putting Gatwick up for sale.
By FAY WINTER AIRPORT owner BAA said today that it will fight to retain ownership of both Edinburgh and Glasgow Airport. The news came as the company announced it is to sell Gatwick Airport.
By RUSSELL LEADBETTER People in Clydebank made the demand earlier this week to compensate them for what they described as their "daily nightmare". They want a share of BAA profits - possibly coupled with the pounds-1-per-passenger flyover charge - to be put into a community fund.
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