Glasgow Prestwick Airport to be nationalized

The Scottish government will take control of Glasgow Prestwick Airport after its owners have failed to find a buyer for the loss-making airport. The airport, which has been owned by New Zealand-based infrastructure conglomerate Infratil since 2001, has been loss-making for several years. Prestwick’s...

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