International Airlines Group (IAG) weathered the effects of rising fuel prices and unfavorable currency movements to record a net profit before exceptional items of €1.14 billion ($1.29 billion) for the third quarter (3Q), nearly the same as the year-ago restated figure. After exceptionals, net profit for the quarter was somewhat improved compared to a year ago, at €1.1 billion, compared to €990 million last time. The figure was achieved on revenues of €7.14 billion, up ...

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