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31 MAY 2010
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PLYMOUTH could be in danger of losing its link to London and other parts of the UK following the decision of Sutton Harbour Holdings plc to offer for sale Air Southwest, created in 2003 after British Airways ditched its former Brymon subsidiary. Plymouth had already lost its Heathrow services, dumped by BA in a slots benefit move. At the time Sutton Harbour also acquired Plymouth City Airport, part of which is now being redeveloped for housing. The airline has dropped its twice daily service to London City. Any potential purchaser would require some kind of guarantee that the airport would remain open. www.airsouthwest.com
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