International Airlines Group—parent company of British Airways, Iberia and Vueling—has raised the prospect of future joint purchases of aircraft and powerplants with shareholder Qatar Airways. The comments came from IAG CEO Willie Walsh during an analysts’ briefing on the group’s annual results. Qatar took a 9.99% stake in IAG in January, making it the largest single shareholder in the UK-Spanish consortium. The Gulf carrier said at the time the move was “part ...

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