British Airways yesterday lowered its guidance for the 2009-10 financial year beginning April 1 and said it now expects revenue to decline 5% and an operating result similar to the £150 million ($211.1 million) loss forecast for the current year excluding any severance costs. In January, BA warned it would report the £150 million operating loss for the current fiscal year ending March 31. It was £89 million in the black through Dec. 31 (ATWOnline, Feb. 9). It said at ...

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