Iberia said yesterday that it expects to book a pre-tax gain of €600 million ($775 million) through the sale of its Class A shares in Amadeus Global Travel Distribution. After the offer, Iberia will maintain an "indirect stake" in Amadeus representing a maximum of 11.44% through its investment in WAM Acquisitions, a newly incorporated company created as the vehicle for the Amadeus offering. Its investment in WAM will be €102 million.

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