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Rytis Beresnevicius

Qatar Airways to seat two directors on IAG executive board

To gain the approval of its largest single shareholder, International Airlines Group (IAG) is looking at accepting two representatives from Qatar Airways onto their executive board....


Pijus Jauniskis

IAG looks to save $704 million on Air Europa deal

International Airlines Group (IAG), parent to Aer Lingus, British Airways, Iberia, and others, is reportedly negotiating to acquire Air Europa, owned by Globalia, for half its original price ($1.17B)....


Rytis Beresnevicius

IAG set to lose $1.6 billion on fuel-hedging alone

While low oil prices are something to celebrate, the shockingly-low prices have now become a worry for airlines, as they hedged on the very wrong side of the fence....


Clement Charpentreau

IAG’s CEO and founder Willie Walsh to step down

Willie Walsh, CEO of IAG, will step down from his position in March 2020, after nine years of service. He will be replaced by Luis Gallego, currently chief executive of Iberia....


Rytis Beresnevicius

International Airlines Group orders 200 Boeing 737 MAX

On Tuesday IAG and Boeing announced a deal that nobody did expect. IAG has signed a letter of intent to order 200 Boeing 737 MAX. However, the deal is questionable:...


Paris Air Show

IAG orders 14 Airbus brand new A321XLRs

International Airlines Group (IAG) placed a firm order for 14 of Airbus’ newest A321XLR aircraft at the Paris Air Show, on June 18, 2019....


AeroTime Team

IAG remains profitable despite difficult market environment

International Airlines Group (IAG) announced on May 10, 2019, that its profit after tax before exceptional items fell down to €70 million during the first quarter of 2019, a 62.6% decrease....


Ruta Burbaite

Qatar Airways could exit OneWorld over American dispute, says CEO

Qatar Airways CEO AL Baker threatens to withdraw from the OneWorld alliance due to a trade dispute between the state-owned carrier and its archrival and alliance member American Airlines.  ...


Halyna Dashkevich

Iberia partners with FTEJerez to train its future pilots

Iberia has appointed FTEJerez as the official flight training provider of the airline’s future pilots....


Yulius Yoma

Iberia takes delivery of tenth A330-200

Iberia announced that its tenth A330-200 has joined the fleet, registered as EC-MNL and named ‘Tokio’, in honour of the Japanese capital, one of the Spanish airline’s new destinations, launched on 18th of October 2016. The ‘Tokio’ plane features 19 seats in Business Class and 269 in Economy....