British Airways reported net income of £487 million ($1.01 billion) in the six months ended Sept. 30, up 21.1% from the £402 million it earned in the year-ago period, but it revised downward its forecast for both revenue and expenses for the full year ending March 30 due to the weak US dollar. Six-month revenue dipped 0.8% to £4.46 billion but was up 2% excluding the impact of foreign exchange movements. Total expenditure, helped by a weaker dollar, decreased 3.7% to £3.9 ...

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