British Airways continued its resurgence through the first quarter of its fiscal year as record load factors and a "better cabin mix" helped boost its profit for the three months ended June 30 to £154 million ($289.5 million), a 71.1% increase over net earnings of £90 million in the year-ago quarter. Turnover rose 12.5% to £2.32 billion and operating expenses climbed 11.8% to £2.11 billion, lifting operating profit 19.9% to £211 million from £176 million in the ...

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