BAA Scottish airport sell-off still on

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The Competition Commission has said the company that owns Glasgow and Edinburgh airports must sell one of them.

BAA has also been told to sell Stansted Airport. The commission first ordered the sell-off two years ago as a way of improving choice and service for passengers, but a decision was delayed by legal challenges.

Peter Freeman is chairman of the commission and spoke to Radio Scotland's Good Morning Scotland.

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