Shares in International Consolidated Airlines Group (LON:IAG) have climbed higher in London this morning, with investors cheering a rise in the company’s quarterly operating profit, even as fuel ...
Shares in International Consolidated Airlines (LON:IAG) have fallen into the red in today’s session, underperforming the broader market selloff, as the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA ...
SSE: RBC Capital Markets downgrades to sector perform with a target price of 1,350p.
Norwegian Air Shuttle has had takeover approaches from a number of potential bidders and is open to a deal on the right terms, the airline's chief executive said.
British Airways parent company International Consolidated Airlines Group saw group traffic increase in May following its launch of the world's first and only non-stop flight between Tennessee and Europe.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) cut its forecast for airlines' profits on the back of rising labour and interest rate costs, but predicted a ninth consecutive year of solid financial returns for the industry.
Traders booked some profits on Wednesday, especially among shares of miners and Oil & Gas names, as downbeat remarks from the US President on the prospects for a trade deal with Beijing sent the dollar higher and commodity prices lower.
International Airlines Group is reportedly set to make a third run at a takeover of low-cost carrier Norwegian, one, which if successful, would value the budget airline at £1.3bn.
J Sainsbury: Berenberg reiterates buy with a target price of 369p.
International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) is rising above revenue doubts and is set for a strong summer, Credit Suisse said as it reiterated its 'outperform' rating on British Airways' parent.
IAG's quiet plans to swallow all of Norwegian Air Shuttle were unwrapped on Friday, as the nascent Scandinavian low-cost carrier revealed it has already rejected two bids from the British Airways owner.
British Airways owner International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) reported first quarter operating profit of 280m before exceptional items on Friday, an improvement from its restated 2017 figure of 160m.
Norwegian Air Shuttle chief Bjorn Kjos said on Friday that the low-cost carrier wasn't for sale and that he had not spoken to anyone from International Consolidated Airlines Group, IAG's holding company.
TalkTalk: RBC downgrades to sector perform with a target price of 125p.
1630: Sterling on a tear versus the euro, up 0.85% at 1.1560, and atop technical resistance around the 1.15 area. Things are looking up for the pound now.
British Airways owner IAG has acquired 4.6% of Norwegian Air Shuttle and said it would use this position to initiate talks about a possible takeover bid
Analysts at Credit Suisse took a look at British Airways parent company IAG on Tuesday, highlighting the potential headwinds the group might end up facing on its major routes as a result of the ownership requirements under the kind of 'Open Skies' agreement currently being negotiated by UK and US officials.
British Airways owner International Consolidated Airlines Group presented its group consolidated results for the year ended 31 December on Friday, with fourth quarter operating profit falling to 585m before exceptional items, from 620m in 2016.
British Airways parent International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) saw passenger revenue per kilometre increase 3.2% on last January, while available seat kilometres rose 2.8%.
British Airways owner IAG has been beaten by former race car driver Niki Lauda to buy Niki, the Austrian airline he founded in 2003, administrators said on Tuesday.