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British Airways resumes operations from Dhaka after 11 years

British Airways resumes operations from Dhaka after 11 years

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British Airways-Owner IAG Reports 1.3 Billion Euro Loss In Third Quarter

The 1.3 billion loss was significantly worse than the 920 million euro analysts' consensus and behind the 1.4 billion euros of profit it made in the same period last year.

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Take-Off For BA Owner IAG's Planned $3.2 Billion Coronavirus Capital Hike

Airline group IAG, which also owns Iberia, said in a statement that its largest shareholder, Qatar Airways Group, which has a 25.1% holding, had undertaken to subscribe for its pro-rata entitlement in the fully underwritten capital increase.

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Hyderabad Airport resumes direct flights to UK under 'air transport bubbles'

Hyderabad Airport resumes direct flights to UK under 'air transport bubbles'

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British Airways Makes Progress With Job Cuts

British Airways, which had 42,000 staff at the beginning of the pandemic, has already agreed a jobs deal with pilots union BALPA for a pay cut of about 20% and some compulsory job cuts estimated around 270.

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BA Owner IAG To Raise $3.3 Billion To Ride Out COVID Crisis

Shares in IAG fell 7% to their lowest since 2012 at 167 pence, and are down 72% this year.

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British Airways-Owner IAG Boosted By 750 Million Pounds Deal With American Express

Shares in IAG were down 1.7% at 205 pence, in line with the FTSE 100 index. IAG's shares have lost 67% of their value so far in 2020.

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British Airways Retires Entire Boeing 747 Fleet Due To Impact Of COVID-19 On Aviation Sector

The airline operated its first 747 London to New York service on April 14, 1971, and in July 1989 the first British Airways 747-400, the aircraft type the airline still flies today, took to the skies.

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British Airways Retires Entire Boeing 747 Fleet Due To Impact Of COVID-19 On Aviation Sector

The airline operated its first 747 London to New York service on April 14, 1971, and in July 1989 the first British Airways 747-400, the aircraft type the airline still flies today, took to the skies.

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Fliers hesitant to restart operation amid uncertainties during COVID-19 travel restrictions

Fliers hesitant to restart operation amid uncertainties during COVID-19 travel restrictions

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British Airways To Put Artworks On Sale In COVID-19 Cash Crunch

The airline has come under fire from British politicians for plans to cut 12,000 jobs.

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British Airways Says It Will Cut More Than A Quarter Of Its Jobs

Revenue dropped 13% to 4.6 billion euros. IAG said it expected significantly worse losses in the second quarter

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British Airways Special Flight Carrying 250 Passengers To Depart From Amritsar Today

The British High Commission said that 17 more charted flights will be started to take back home people who have been stranded in India due to the COVID-19 lockdown.

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British Airways Special Flight Carrying Stranded Nationals To Depart From Ahmedabad Today

The British government announced the operation of 12 additional chartered flights to evacuate its nationals who are stranded in India amid travel restrictions owing to the coronavirus crisis.

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Covid-19: British Airways Likely To Suspend 36,000 Employees

The airline has reached a broad deal with Unite union that will include suspension of jobs of 80% of BA's cabin crew, ground staff, engineers and those working at head office

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