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.


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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