International Airlines Group (IAG) CEO and new Airlines for Europe (A4E) chairman Willie Walsh has said the association will “beat people to death” on the same core issues as the body enters its third year. A4E represents 30 airlines, carrying 75% of Europe’s passengers. The body was created in 2016 to represent all European airline business models, sparking the closure of two other lobby groups, namely network airline representative the Association of European Airlines ...

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