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Namibia Economist
Little by little, British Airways is chipping away at its good namecustomer service and on-board product. It was the global financial crisis that
Little by little, British Airways is chipping away at its good name
Namibia Economist / Posted 9 days ago
customer service and on-board product. It was the global financial crisis that put BA on its new, thriftier flightpath. Willie Walsh, the airline’s former chief executive, who now steers IAG, claimed in 2009 that BA was in a “fight for survival”... Read more
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Investors Chronicle
IAG powered by Irish carrier Aer Linguspeers: terrorism denting the desire to travel, European air traffic control str
IAG powered by Irish carrier Aer Lingus
Investors Chronicle / Posted 29 days ago
peers: terrorism denting the desire to travel, European air traffic control strikes - the most "extreme" chief executive Willie Walsh can remember - and, of course, Brexit. The latter issue is particularly relevant as the group reports in euros.... Read more
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Scotsman
BA owner IAG revisits growth plans amid Brexit uncertaintyLingus and Iberia and was forced to issue a profit alert last month following t
BA owner IAG revisits growth plans amid Brexit uncertainty
Scotsman / Posted 29 days ago
Lingus and Iberia and was forced to issue a profit alert last month following the referendum result. IAG chief executive Willie Walsh said yesterday: “Our performance this quarter saw a negative currency impact of €148m, primarily due to the weak... Read more
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heraldscotland
Barclays shares surge despite 21 fall in profitsIAG was in the red after the group said it was poised to cut capacity and revie
Barclays shares surge despite 21 fall in profits
heraldscotland / Posted 30 days ago
IAG was in the red after the group said it was poised to cut capacity and review investments. Chief executive Willie Walsh said: "Our performance this quarter saw a negative currency impact of 148 million euro (£124.4 million),... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Kingston University guidecompany. Industry and professional experts often share their knowledge with ou
Kingston University guide
Daily Telegraph / Posted 30 days ago
company. Industry and professional experts often share their knowledge with our students. Past speakers have included: • Willie Walsh, Chief Executive of British Airways Owners IAG • Sir Trevor McDonald, journalist and presenter • Peter... Read more
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Evening Standard
Sterling’s fall can help capital’s tourism thriveon energy policy over decades has left the country facing potential power short
Sterling’s fall can help capital’s tourism thrive
Evening Standard / Posted 30 days ago
on energy policy over decades has left the country facing potential power shortages in the years to come. As BA supremo Willie Walsh points out today, there has been the same indecision over Heathrow. Whether Hinkley goes ahead or not, what this... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
BA owner IAG hit by Brexit, terror attacks and air traffic control strikesfollowing the referendum result, and on Friday the firm said it was experiencin
BA owner IAG hit by Brexit, terror attacks and air traffic control strikes
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 30 days ago
following the referendum result, and on Friday the firm said it was experiencing lower demand for flights. Chief executive Willie Walsh said: "Our performance this quarter saw a negative currency impact of 148 million euros (£124.4 million),... Read more
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International Business Times
British Airways owner IAG lowers profit outlook amid Brexit impact a weaker pound and a lack of consumer confidence as the main reasons behind its
British Airways owner IAG lowers profit outlook amid Brexit impact
International Business Times / Posted 30 days ago
a weaker pound and a lack of consumer confidence as the main reasons behind its revised forecast. Group chief executive Willie Walsh explained the weak pound had a negative currency impact of €148m on IAG's performance in the quarter, adding the... Read more
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RTE News
Aer Lingus-owner IAG Q2 profit lower than expectedthe beginning of the year, underperforming Britain's blue-chip index which is u
Aer Lingus-owner IAG Q2 profit lower than expected
RTE News / Posted 30 days ago
the beginning of the year, underperforming Britain's blue-chip index which is up 8%. Commenting on the results, IAG CEO Willie Walsh said: "Our performance this quarter saw a negative currency impact of €148m, primarily due to the weak... Read more
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The Irish Times
Aer Lingus owner IAG reduces full-year profit outlookmillion, up from €530 million a year earlier. Aer Lingus contributed €68million
Aer Lingus owner IAG reduces full-year profit outlook
The Irish Times / Posted 30 days ago
million, up from €530 million a year earlier. Aer Lingus contributed €68million towards the profit. IAG chief executive Willie Walsh said group performance saw a negative currency impact of €148 million, primarily due to the weak... Read more
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