Executives face court over fuel surcharge fixing

| 11/08/2008

(The Guardian): Four current and former British Airways executives face up to five years in jail after being charged with price-fixing offences yesterday, paving the way for the UK’s most high-profile cartel trial. The case will be the biggest criminal prosecution yet under the 2002 Enterprise Act and will bring further embarrassment for BA and Virgin Atlantic, who have admitted colluding over setting fuel surcharges on flights. Go To article

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