International Airlines Group (IAG) has reported what it described as a strong third quarter, despite disruptions caused by weather and terrorism during the period. Net profit before exceptional items was €1.2 billion ($1.33 billion), up 18.1% on €970 million for the year-ago period. Net profit after exceptionals was €1 billion, compared to €930 million last time. The group—which comprises Irish flag carrier Aer Lingus, British Airways (BA), Spain’s Iberia, ...

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