Airlines object to new price caps at Heathrow, Gatwick

Airlines say they oppose a move by the U.K.'s Civil Aviation Authority yesterday that will allow airport operator BAA to charge passengers higher-than-expected price caps to use London's Heathrow and Gatwick airports. Carriers note that they are already struggling with weaker demand and high oil prices.

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