International Airlines Group (IAG) swung to a €147 million ($201 million) net profit in 2013, compared to a €696 million net loss in 2012, boosted in part by Iberia’s ongoing restructuring. British Airways posted a full-year operating profit of €762 million, while Iberia stemmed its operating loss at €166 million. Meanwhile, newly acquired Vueling delivered an operating profit of €168 million from the date of its acquisition by IAG in April 2013. IAG CEO Willie ...

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