EasyJet buys Thomas Cook airport slots at Gatwick and Bristol for $46 million

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LONDON (Reuters) – British budget airline easyJet (L:) has bought failed travel company Thomas Cook’s take-off and landing slots at London Gatwick and Bristol airports for 36 million pounds ($46.13 million), it said on Friday.

EasyJet acquired 12 summer slot pairs and 8 winter slot pairs at Gatwick, plus six summer slot pairs and one winter slot pair at Bristol, in the deal. The airline added that contractual terms had been concluded.

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