In an attempt to become Europe's biggest low-cost carrier, transporting more than 16 million passengers per year with an eye to rapid expansion, EasyJet is seeking to acquire Deutsche BA and Go. British Airways, Deutsche BA's owner, last week signed ``Heads of Agreement'' to sell its troubled German subsidiary to EasyJet no later than Mar. 31, 2003. According to a BA statement, ``the deal is potentially worth 18.3-28 million pounds ($26-40 million), dependent on when EasyJet exercises ...

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