British Airways 777-300ER
International Airlines Group (IAG)—parent company of Aer Lingus, British Airways, Iberia and Vueling—reported a 51.5% rise in 2015 net profit to €1.52 billion ($1.66 billion), compared to €1 billion in 2014. Full-year revenue was up 13.3% at €22.8 billion compared to €20.1 billion last time. In capacity, ASKs rose 8.2% to 272.7 billion (of which 3.2% came from the inclusion of the Aer Lingus fleet) and load factor rose 1% to 81.4%, while RASKs rose 5.4% to ...
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