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BAA has sold Edinburgh Airport to Global Infrastructure Partners for £807m.
BAA has announced plans for a £50m investment in new equipment and a new crisis centre to prepare for future weather problems at Heathrow airport.
BAA has agreed to sell Gatwick Airport to Global Infrastructure Partners for £1.5bn, which could lead to a £900m investment in new facilities for airlines and passengers over the next four years.
BAA has secured a £7.6bn financing package to fund the redevelopment of parts of Heathrow and Stansted airports, including a new Heathrow East building to replace terminals 1 and 2.
BAA has submitted plans to build a new £2.5bn runway and terminal at Stansted Airport by 2015, which could create more than 13,000 jobs.
BAA is to sell its World Duty Free chain of 58 stores to Autogrill of Italy for £547m, including outlets at Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted.
BAA is to sell Budapest Airport in Hungary to a consortium led by Hochtief AirPort for £1.3bn.
BAA has announced plans to invest £9.3bn in the development of Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted airports over the next 11 years, in order to improve facilities and reduce congestion.
BAA is investing £40m in the recruitment of 1,400 security guards and the opening of 22 new security lanes at its seven airports.
BAA has unveiled plans to build a second runway and terminal at Stansted airport by 2015, as part of a £2.4bn expansion project.
BAA Scotland has confirmed plans for a £10m expansion at Aberdeen Airport, including an improved international arrivals hall and a major runway extension.
BAA has unveiled a revised masterplan to invest £300m in the expansion of Edinburgh Airport over the next ten years, which could result in the eviction of neighbours the Royal Highland & Agricultural Society of Scotland.
BAA, the airports operator, has accepted a £16bn takeover bid from a consortium led by Ferrovial of Spain.
BAA has announced plans to invest £9.5bn in the expansion of Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted airports over the next ten years.
BAA has submitted plans to Uttlesford District Council to expand capacity at Stansted airport from 25m passengers a year to 35m, which would involve making maximum use of the existing runway.
BAA is to close Terminal 2 at Heathrow when the new Terminal 5 opens in March 2008, as part of the expansion and reorganisation of airport facilities.
BAA is expected to seek planning permission later this year for the development of the £1.3bn Heathrow East terminal, in order to handle 30m passengers a year.
BAA has announced proposals for the £50m expansion of Aberdeen Airport, including a £10m runway extension and the creation of 1,000 jobs, in order to cope with the expected doubling of passenger numbers by 2030.
BAA has awarded a contract to Advanced Transport System to install the Ultra driverless taxi system at Heathrow Airport, which will involve pods carrying up to four people on a raised track.
BAA Scotland has announced proposals for the expansion of Edinburgh Airport over the next 25 years, including a new runway and 10,000 jobs, and similar plans will be released for Glasgow and Aberdeen airports in the near future.
BAA is planning to invest £6.8bn at its three London airports over the next ten years, in order to handle the predicted increase in passenger traffic at Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted.
BAA is to submit plans later this year for a further expansion at Stansted airport to handle 35m passengers a year.
BAA Scotland is to set up a new £12m terminal at Glasgow Airport by May.
BAA is to invest £450m at Heathrow airport over the next ten years, to prepare for the introduction of the A380 super-jumbo aircraft.
BAA is to invest up to £30m in a new rail connection between Heathrow Airport and the west London suburbs of Hayes, Ealing and Southall, and the service is expected to start by the end of 2004.
BAA is to recruit an additional 700 security staff at its seven UK airports this year.
BAA is planning to invest £8.4bn on the expansion and modernisation of Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted airports over the next 11 years.
BAA has sold its stakes in designer outlets in York, Ashford, Mansfield and Livingston to Mayfair Limited Partnership for £165m.
BAA Scottish Airports has won permission to build a 250-bedroom four-star hotel at Glasgow International Airport by 2004, operated by Insignia Hotels.
BAA has won government approval to build a £2.5bn fifth terminal at Heathrow Airport, which will create about 6,500 jobs.
BAA is to sell its World Duty Free Americas business to Duty Free Acquisition of the US for £84m.
BAA is set to win control of two airports in Oman by investing £9m in a consortium with the Suhail Bahwan group and ABB Equity Ventures.
BAA is planning to invest up to £7bn in improvements at Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted airports over the next 10 years.
BAA has formed a consortium to expand its airport interests in Australia, which will involve the acquisition of minority stakes in Perth International and Northern Territory airports.
BAA has announced plans to invest £90m at Gatwick airport to improve facilities at the north terminal.
BAA has indicated that it will have to invest a further £150m at Heathrow to prepare the airport to handle the Airbus superjumbo when it enters service in 2006.
BAA is setting up a £177m property investment partnership with Scottish Widows to acquire and develop airport warehouses.
BAA is considering plans to expand the Heathrow Express rail station to provide links to Waterloo, St Pancras and Reading.
BAA is to apply for planning permission to expand Gatwick airport so that it can handle an extra 10m passengers a year, as it does not expect the fifth terminal at Heathrow to open until 2006.