International Airlines Group (IAG) and other carriers negotiated their own agreement with London Heathrow on how excess airport charges in 2020 and 2021 should be repaid, after British Airways’ parent company said it “couldn’t stomach” the proposal put forward by UK regulators. In the past, Heathrow has “kept the money” raised through airport charges when passenger numbers exceeded forecasts, an IAG spokesperson said. According to the airline group, ...

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