IAG To Focus On Mid-Age Aircraft

International Airlines Group (IAG) wants to keep average aircraft age in the middle of the range as well as slightly increase the average life of its in-service aircraft. “Some airlines operate extreme fleet ages,” IAG CFO Enrique Dupuy said at the company’s capital markets day. Flying particularly...

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