British Airways admitted that its full-year revenue forecasts "carry some risk" as "forward bookings are being affected by the increased anxiety in financial markets and by the uncertain economic outlook." It said long-haul premium traffic has "softened." It continues to target a breakeven result at the operational level and said that "good yields and the stronger [US] dollar are broadly offsetting volume impact. It anticipates fuel costs to be around £3 billion ($5.3 billion). BA flew ...

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