BA staff could face extradition to US after $300m fine for price fixing – The Guardian

Posted August 24th, 2007 in airlines, extradition, news, price fixing by sally

“Senior British Airways staff under criminal investigation for price fixing face the threat of extradition to the US under a controversial treaty, it emerged last night. The justice department in Washington was set to publish the names of 10 former and current BA employees as criminal suspects under investigation for running a fuel surcharge cartel after a judge confirmed a $300m (£151m) fine for the world’s third-largest airline.”

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The Guardian, 24th August 2007