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  • RAF TriStars to be scrapped after US sale falls through

    The Royal Air Force’s last four TriStar tanker/transports are due to be flown to a breaker's yard in the UK on 25 March, with the service's Voyagers having assumed their responsibilities.

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  • BA crew autopsies show organophosphate poisoning

    ​Cabin air contamination and its cumulative effect on flight crew health is once again in the spotlight as the...

  • FARNBOROUGH: BA converts 20 A320neo options

    ​British Airways is exercising options on 20 Airbus A320neos originally placed by its parent company International...

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  • IAG chief voices confidence in transatlantic strategy

    News | 01 Aug 2014 16:30 | Niall O'Keeffe

    IAG chief executive Willie Walsh has reiterated his faith in the group's approach to managing transatlantic capacity, saying it reflects a "strong economy in the US" and having a "better alliance partner than some of our competitors".
  • BA skips more 777-300ERs as short-term 747 successor

    News | 01 Aug 2014 14:18 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    ​British Airways is intending to pass on acquiring any further Boeing 777-300ERs in favour of waiting for newer high-capacity twinjets to replace its Boeing 747s.
  • Orders show restructuring 'starting to bear fruit': Iberia chief

    News | 01 Aug 2014 11:50 | Olivier Bonnassies

    Chief executive Luis Gallego argues that Iberia is heading in the right direction after parent IAG converted eight Airbus A350-900 options into firm orders and secured eight A330-200s for the Spanish unit.
  • IAG cash position reaches €4.9bn

    News | 01 Aug 2014 10:32 | Olivier Bonnassies

    IAG has further strengthened its cash position on the back of a strong first-half performance.
  • BA Chinese routes held back by UK visa policies: Walsh

    News | 01 Aug 2014 08:47 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    ​IAG has expressed frustration over the performance of Chinese routes, blaming UK visa policies for constraining their development.
  • IAG lifted as carriers post strong second-quarter profits

    News | 01 Aug 2014 07:09 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    ​British Airways and Iberia parent IAG has turned in a half-year operating profit of €230 million ($300 million), reversing the losses recorded at the mid-point of 2013.