The balance of power in the London Heathrow long-haul market may once again shift, as the Virgin Group and Singapore Airlines (SIA) appear to be moving closer to selling a stake in Virgin Atlantic Airways, possibly to Delta Air Lines and Air France-KLM. SIA says in a short statement to the Singapore stock exchange that it is “in discussions with interested parties concerning the possible divestment of its 49% shareholding in Virgin Atlantic.” But it adds: “These discussions may or may ...

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