International Airlines Group (IAG) posted a significantly higher operating profit in the first quarter and assured investors its full-year result will be better than last year despite rising fuel prices. The consolidated airline group earned a €280 million ($345 million) operating profit in the March quarter, up €120 million over the prior-year quarter. On a group level, IAG reached a 6.9% operating margin.  UK flag carrier British Airways (BA) continued to be the most ...

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