British holding company BBA Group said its fixed-base operation and engine overhaul businesses had a good first half, but the company's overall performance suffered because of continuing problems with its Fiberweb unit, which BBA plans to spin off. Sales in the Aviation division were up 16 percent to 493 million pounds ($877.5 million) in the first six months of 2006, accounting for more than 61 percent of BBA's total revenues for the period. Underlying operating profit (total ...

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