IAG had £2.9b loss in 2021 (vs £1.7b profit in 2019) on 67% lower revenues; it operated at 36.1% of 2019 capacity. It ended year with 531 aircraft (363 shorthaul/168 longhaul), of which 55 were temporarily grounded, and £7.9b in cash.

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