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By DAMIEN HENDERSON POLITICIANS expressed concern last night over the impact on Prestwick Airport of the collapse of its main charter operator.
By VAN DEN BERGH, Roeland INFRATIL urged shareholders yesterday to take a longer-term of view of its share price, which has shed about 40 per cent in the past year. The shares opened the July 2007 financial year at $3.02 and closed on June 30 this year at $1.83.
By VAN DEN BERGH, Roeland Infratil yesterday urged shareholders to take a longer-term view of the share price, which has shed about 40 per cent in the last year. The shares opened the financial year in July 2007 at $3.02 and closed on June 30 this year at $1.83.
HEADING for blue skies or a bumpy ride? The future of Glasgow Airport appears to be up in the air, with reports suggesting it is to be put up for sale by the owner, BAA.
By VAN DEN BERGH, Roeland WELLINGTON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT continues to profit from increased competition among domestic airlines.