IAG strengthens Heathrow presence with purchase of BMI

11/6/2011 | Air Transport World

Unless the British government steps in and requires International Airlines Group to divest some of its slots at London's Heathrow Airport, the carrier will control 53% of the slots there following its purchase of BMI. "The sale and closing of the deal remain subject to conditions, including a binding purchase agreement, further due diligence and regulatory clearances," the airlines said in a news release.

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