A tender process for coach links between London Luton Airport and central London was a “sham” with a “pre-ordained outcome”, a losing bidder told a UK court. Arriva The Shires (ATS), a regional subsidiary of German-owned Arriva, has accused London Luton Airport Operations (LLAO) of dominance abuse in breach of Chapter II of the UK’s Competition Act 1998. ATS had operated a service between the airport and London Victoria Railway Station for more than 30 years until the airport put the route out to tender in March this year. It lost out to rival National Express, which now has exclusive

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