Improving airports

Letter to the Economist


London's airports are indeed inadequate and not subject to enough competition. They are, however, better than the airports in New York, which also only owned by the same organisation but, to make matters worse, it is a government quango.

This opens up a possible solution. BAA should be required to sell Heathrow but allowed to purchase JFK. This would make the airports at two of the word's greatest cities more competitive.

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