International Airlines Group (IAG) is expecting its full-year operating profit to be down on 2018, after taking a £170 million ($186.6 million) hit from industrial unrest among its pilots and Heathrow Airport workers. Updating the market Sept. 26, IAG CFO Steve Gunning said IAG is expecting its 2019 operating profit before exceptional items to be €215 million lower than the €3.5 billion equivalent profit posted for full-year 2018. Gunning said a British Airways (BA) ...

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