International Airlines Group (IAG) expects to grow capacity 3-4% annually in the 2016-2020 time frame, but says it has great flexibility in its fleet plan should it wish to accelerate or slow down the rate. The parent of British Airways (BA), Iberia, Iberia Express, and Vueling told investors on Friday that it is preparing to pay dividends for the first time since the group was created from 2015. The dividend will amount to a payout of 25% of after-tax profit, according to CFO Enrique Dupuy, ...


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