Heathrow and British Airways have reached disagreement over a proposal to charge airlines £500m for the airport’s failed expansion plans. A consultation recommends allowing the airport the bill airlines for costs related to the third runway incurred until February this year. The plans to build a third runway at Heathrow were blocked in February following a legal challenge. A spokesman for IAG told the Sunday Telegraph: “In any other business, a wealthy, privately owned company like Heathrow would have to meet its own sunk costs. “But Heathrow is a monopoly that will simply pass the bill to the airlines, further

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