Most people using British airports since an alleged terrorist plot was foiled in early August have reacted with understanding and patience to the resulting long delays, canceled flights and crowded security checks. But one man is livid: Michael O'Leary, the CEO
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of budget airline Ryanair. He has been an outspoken critic of BAA, the privatized company that operates British airports, describing the new security arrangements as "a shambles." Last week, O'Leary went a step further by suing the British government for $5.7 million for what Ryanair claims to have lost through cancellations and lost bookings in the week after...