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A Continental airlines flight from New York, USA, lands at Bristol International Airport Monday Jan. 8, 2007.
A Continental airlines flight from New York, USA, lands at Bristol International Airport Monday Jan. 8, 2007.
(Anthony Devlin/AP)

Why Teachers love investing in airports

When it comes to airports, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan leaves nothing up in the air.

The Canadian pension fund said Monday that it would be interested in acquiring the half of Bristol International Airport, one of the 10 largest airports in the U.K., that it doesn’t own. And it might just get the chance – its co-owner, Australia’s Macquarie Group, appears to be looking for a buyer.