Scotland Buys Glasgow Prestwick Airport In Effort To Save Jobs

The Scottish government plans to nationalize Glasgow Prestwick Airport in a bid to safeguard jobs at the loss-making airport. Prestwick—currently owned by New Zealand company Infratil—is a major base for low-cost carrier Ryanair, but reportedly has been making annual losses of around £2 million ($3...

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