BA’s Walsh: no signs of recovery

The results were dire and the outlook is gloomy. British Airways dived to a record loss in modern times, a collosal turnaround of £1.2 billion over a year, and there was no evidence of recovery anywhere across its global network, a pessimistic chief executive Willie Walsh told BBC Radio 4′s Today programme about an hour ago.

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This is going to be the theme of the forthcoming IATA annual meeting coming up in Kuala Lumpur in a couple of weeks – where and when is the recovery going to start?

We will be doing our Airline Busines Daily at the event and producing video interviews for Flightglobal – what questions do you want us to put to these airline leaders?

 

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