International Airlines Group (IAG) posted a second-quarter net profit of €736 million ($814 million), up 19.5% from €616 million, before exceptional items, a year ago, as revenue gains overcame higher fuel costs.  Revenue rose 9.5% year-over-year (YOY) to €6.8 billion, while expenses were up 10% to €5.8 billion. “Despite fuel-cost headwinds, we delivered a good performance. At constant currency, fuel unit costs were up 6.3 per cent while passenger unit ...

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