BRUSSELS—Qatar Airways’ shareholding in International Airlines Group (IAG) could lead to the joint procurement of aircraft, engines and maintenance, IAG CEO WIllie Walsh has said.  IAG and Qatar Airways held preliminary talks on joining forces for some purchases before the Doha-based airline announced Jan. 30 it had acquired a 9.99% stake in IAG. That investment “gives us a further incentive to work more closely,” Willie Walsh said during a Feb. 27 investors call ...

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