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In , Virgin was given permission to operate from Heathrow following the abolition of the London Air Traffic Distribution Rules TDRs which had governed the distribution of traffic between Heathrow and Gatwick airports since , primarily to bolster the profitability of Gatwick. Airlines without an international scheduled service from Heathrow prior to 1 April were obliged to operate from Gatwick. However, airlines that did not already operate at Heathrow were still able to begin domestic scheduled services there provided BAA, which ran both Heathrow and Gatwick on behalf of the UK government, and the Secretary of State for Transport granted permission. The Civil Aviation Authority also transferred two pairs of unused landing slots that British Airways held at Tokyo's Narita Airport to Virgin to let it increase its frequency between Heathrow and Tokyo from four to six weekly round trips, making it easier for Virgin to compete against British Airways.
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At the time Skywest operated 16 aircraft and TransWest Then in it was proposed to merge Skywest with East-West Airlines , both were owned by the Devereaux group. The merger did not eventuate, but East-West operated flights in Western Australia on Skywest's behalf. In Skywest lost the Government Coastwatch contract, which severely weakened the business.