British Airways reported a £107 million ($210.3 million) net profit for the third fiscal quarter ended Dec. 31, a 13.7% drop from the £124 million earned in the year-ago quarter thanks to a "raft of external factors" that cost the carrier an estimated £40 million in revenue, CEO Willie Walsh said Friday. Among the problems BA encountered were the pre-Christmas fog that prompted the cancellation of more than 800 flights, two baggage system failures at London Heathrow's Terminal ...

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