Despite rising fuel prices, an economic slowdown and the troubled opening of London Heathrow's Terminal 5 in the last days of its fiscal year, British Airways reported a record profit performance for the year ended March 31 with net income of £694 million ($1.35 billion), more than double the £304 million it earned in the prior year. It also delivered on its goal of a 10% operating margin for the 12-month period. Total revenue was up 3.1% to £8.75 billion while operating ...

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