Ryanair boss says he 'welcomes' BAA ruling
Airport operator BAA again faces having to sell Stansted and either Glasgow or Edinburgh after losing a Court of Appeal ruling.
The Competition Commission ruled in March last year that the airports, along with Gatwick, must be sold, but BAA successfully appealed.
But now the finding that there was "apparent bias" in the commission's ruling has been overturned.
That means the forced sale of the airports is now back on track.
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary says this means passengers will get ''a better deal''.
- 13 October 2010
- BBC News