Sarah Stack. Published 02/08/2014|00:00. 0 Comments; Share. IAG chief executive, Willie Walsh. WILLIE Walsh's International Airlines Group (IAG) ordered 16 wide-body jets for its Iberia business as it reported a 55pc rise in second-quarter profit.
Axel Kicillof, Argentina's economy minister: said �vulture funds� had rejected a renewed offer from the government and it was �impossible� to pay them more.
Forty extra baggage staff are being drafted in at Gatwick Airport to prevent any repeat of the chaos they experienced last weekend.
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Eco City Vehicles (LON:ECV) shares slumped after a warning revenues were down 33% in the first six months of 2014. The firm, which supplies London's licensed reduced emissions Mercedes Vito taxis, blamed the controversial Uber app and Mayor Boris ...