Claiming that "aviation remains in recession," British Airways posted a £102 million ($168.8 million) net loss in the fiscal second quarter ended Sept. 30 that pushed its first-half deficit to £208 million, a nearly fivefold deepening of the £42 million loss incurred during the year-ago period, when it lost £76 million in the quarter ended Sept. 30, 2008. There are still no "green shoots of recovery" in the industry, CEO Willie Walsh warned, adding, "With revenue likely ...

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