British Airways said at its Investor Day yesterday that the impact of August's terror alert, fog, baggage belt failures at London Heathrow and January's planned cabin crew strike will cost it £200 million ($385.1 million). CFO Keith Williams also revealed that the sale of BA Connect to Flybe (ATWOnline, March 6) will cost the carrier an additional £130 million, including £96 million in cash paid to Flybe. CEO Willie Walsh had said that no money would change hands in the ...

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