The chief executive of the airport operator BAA, which is responsible for London's Heathrow, says he will not be taking his bonus for 2010 following the travel chaos caused by heavy snow.
Colin Matthews said he wanted to "focus on getting people moving," but refused to comment on the size of the bonus he has declined.
"I do not want to talk about my renumeration. I will be foregoing my bonus for the calendar year 2010," he said. When questioned about a rumored "secret bonus" based on profits, Matthews said, "There is no secret bonus."FULL STORY