The security company that failed to deliver enough staff for the London Olympics has won a new contract with British Airways.
G4S will provide a "range of services" for the airline at Heathrow and Gatwick airports over the next three years.
The firm has had a contract with the airline for more than a decade.
Staff will screen passengers, as well as providing security for buildings and planes.
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