International Airlines Group (IAG) has reported a first-half net income of €567 million ($664 million), up 2.3% from a €554 million profit in the year-ago period, despite strikes and major operational disruption from a power outage. “We’re reporting a very strong performance in Q2, with an operating profit of €805 million (before exceptional items), which is up from €555 million last year. The underlying trend in unit revenue improved, benefitting partially ...

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