Willie Walsh, chief executive of British Airways parent company IAG, has told ITV News he is prepared to look at other options if baggage handlers Swissport fail to resolve their issues at Gatwick Airport.
"I think they (Swissport) have some issues at Gatwick that they need to address, and if they don't address them to our satisfaction then we have options," he told ITV News' Chris Choi.
"At this stage we are working with them. We are satisfied they are putting the right measures in place and I'm confident they will resolve them
"If they don't we will certainly look at other opportunities."
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