The owner of British Airways once again reduced flight numbers

The IAG, the owner of British Airways, has said it will fly fewer aircraft than planned for the rest of the year as demand for infectious diseases continues to rise.

 

The owner of British Airways once again reduced flight numbers

The airline group has said it will not operate more than 30 percent of its regular flights compared to last year.

 

The news comes as the firm - which also owns Iberia and Air Lings Airlines. The loss from July to September was €1.3bn (£1.17bn)

 

In the same period last year, the group reported a profit of €1.4bn.

 

The IAG said revenue for the quarter rose to €1.2bn from plunged 83%, up from  €7.3bn last year.

 

"The recent overall booking covid-19 has not progressed as expected due to additional measures taken by several European governments in response to the second wave of infections," the IAG said.


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