British Airways (BA) parent International Airlines Group (IAG) says it is “talking to a number of airlines about alternative options for us” after long-time partner Qantas ended its joint business agreement with BA after 17 years in favor of a new deal with Emirates Airline. “We are ending the joint business on amicable terms and support Qantas’s decision to work with Emirates,” IAG CEO Willie Walsh says in a statement. “The world has changed since 1995, when the joint business ...
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