International Airline Group CEO Willie Walsh said on Monday that British Airways and Iberia will be “the first two airlines in IAG, but they won’t be the last." IAG shares were traded for the first time at the stock exchanges in London, Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao and Valencia in the last step of the merger of British Airways and Iberia. Shares rose by more than 2% in morning trading and stood at 286,61 pence at 1:30 GMT. IAG is registered as a Spanish company, but its financial and ...


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