International Airlines Group, parent of British Airways and Iberia, distinguished itself from rivals suffering losses or significantly reduced earnings (ATW Daily News, July 29) by posting a net profit of €71 million ($101.8 million) for the 2011 first half, reversed from a pro-forma BA/IB €352 million net deficit in the first six months of 2010. "IAG is on target to deliver its year one synergies," CEO Willie Walsh said. The airlines expect annual synergies of ...

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