While significantly improving its Q3 results year-on-year, International Airlines Group (IAG) hasn’t fully matched its 2019 results like main rivals Lufthansa Group and Air France-KLM have done. IAG ended the third quarter with a €1.208 billion net profit, with...
Like Air France-KLM, International Airlines Group (IAG) also returned to profitability in the second quarter, its first profit since Q4 2019. The parent airline group of British Airways and Iberia expects to end the full year at a profit, despite operational issues...
After two years, eleven months, and one day, International Airlines Group (IAG) finally confirmed its intention to buy the Boeing MAX. The airline group said on May 19 that it will purchase 25 MAX 8200s and 25 MAX 10s, plus 100 options. IAG finally confirms MAX deal...
British Airways is doing everything it can to prevent a repetition of the travel chaos it experienced in Q1 at London Heathrow and from IT issues. It is beefing up its organizational structure, hiring new staff, and rebuilding IT, but the carrier is frustrated by...
Just before the pandemic hit the industry in 2020, airline leaders were positive that Europe was about to have a much-needed round of consolidation. They agreed that there were way too many airlines, fighting for the same piece of cake. Covid has delayed this, but...
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