International Airlines Group (IAG) is telling analysts to look for improved financial results this year. The parent company of British Airways, Iberia and Vueling now expects its operating profit to rise by around €500 million in 2014 approaching €1.3 billion. The new guidance, presented by Chief Executive Willie Walsh at the release of the first quarter results, takes into account the much-improved performance of Iberia. The Spanish carrier managed to cut its first-quarter losses ...


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