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BAABoston Athletic Association (host of the Boston Marathon)
BAABritish Airports Authority
BAABasketball Association of America
BAABuy American Act
BAABusiness Associate Agreement (HIPAA)
BAABatting Average Against (baseball)
BAABacking Australia's Ability
BAABritish Accounting Association
BAABroad Area Announcement
BAABritish Aggregates Association (UK)
BAABialla (Airport Code, New Guinea)
BAABusiness Area Analysis
BAABugles Across America
BAABaccalauréat en Administration des Affaires (French)
BAABritish Agrochemicals Association
BAABloomington Athletic Association (Bloomington, MN)
BAABowfishing Association of America
BAABiotechnology Association of Alabama
BAABilateral Airworthiness Agreement
BAABachelier en Administration des Affaires
BAABoomerang Association of Australia
BAABoard/Authority Authorized Course (Canada)
BAABoard of Assistance Appeals
BAABureau d'Accompagnement Artistique (French: Bureau of Artistic Support)
BAABackup Aircraft Authorization
BAABanc of America Advisors, LLC
BAABeers Across America (beer club)
BAABomber Alert Area
BAAMaster of Orion 2: Battle At Antares (computer game)
BAABudget Activity Account
BAABrooklyn Art Association
BAABelgian Aluminium Association (Belgium)
BAABrigade Administration Area
BAABackup Aerospace Vehicle Authorization
BAABattlefield Automation Appraisal
BAABusiness Administration and Analysis
BAABasic Acoustic Analysis
BAABan All Acronyms
BAABritish Astronomical Association
BAABusiness Achievement Award (various locations)
BAABlack or African American (population classification)
BAABroad Agency Announcement
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The title BAA plc was adopted when the former publically-owned British Airports Authority was privatised in 1986.
BAA mounted a series of legal challenges to the CC ruling, with the latest one - against the sale of Stansted - ending in defeat at the High Court in July this year.
BAA, which formerly ran seven UK airports, will have responsibility for just four - Heathrow, Southampton, Glasgow and Aberdeen - once the Stansted sale is concluded.
Around 10,200 people work at the site, of whom some 1,400 are BAA employees.
A BAA spokeswoman said: "We are disappointed by the decision of the Competition Appeal Tribunal, which we will now carefully consider before making any further statements.
A series of legal challenged by BAA followed, which ended with the CC findings being upheld.
Recent strike threats at BAA showed the importance of having different operators running UK airports.
We believe this is a fair offer for staff in what remains a difficult economic environment for the aviation industry," a spokeswoman for BAA said.
In its ruling, the tribunal said it would like to hear further arguments from both BAA and the Competition Commission about how to compensate BAA for the judgment "unless the parties were able to reach agreement on it.
Kamel has also publicly accused the BAA of withholding bonuses, lack of respect, and encouraging him to lie about his age.
The commission said separate owners of the main London and Scottish airports would do a better job than BAA which has faced much criticism of late.
Holders voted to accept BAA's proposal to move existing BAA bonds into a new financial structure, backed by income from London airports Heathrow, Gat-wick and Stansted and the Heathrow Express train service, Ferrovial said yesterday.