The Competition Commission (CC) has identified a number of competition problems at BAA's airports that have resulted in adverse consequences for passengers and airlines, in its provisional findings in "the supply of airport services by BAA in the UK" investigation. The CC concluded that competition had been restricted as a result of BAA's common ownership of a number of UK airports. The CC rejected BAA's claim that there was no scope for competition with the existing capacity restraints, and, in contrast, found that the lack of competition would result in the current capacity restraints persisting. The CC will now consult on its proposed remedy of requiring BAA to sell two of its three London airports, and also either Edinburgh or Glasgow airport. The CC anticipates publishing its final decision early in 2009.