By Marcus Leach

BAA are set to mount a fresh legal challenge against the Competition Commission’s rulings that it must reduce its market dominance by selling some of its airports.

BAA are seeking a judicial review of the Commission’s decision requiring it to sell Stansted and either Edinburgh or Glasgow airport.

"The challenge relates to the Competition Commission’s consideration of whether there have been material changes of circumstances since its original 2009 decision such that it is not necessary or appropriate to require BAA to divest Stansted," an official BAA statement read.

BAA will be submitting the application for judicial review to the Competition Appeal Tribunal on Friday.

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