FRANKFURT—International Airlines Group (IAG) has no interest in bidding for the airline division of tourism group Thomas Cook, CEO Willie Walsh said May 10. “We are not actively considering anything,” Walsh told analysts. “And we are not looking to do anything with Thomas Cook. It is not something that makes sense to us at the moment. It may make sense for others.” Thomas Cook said earlier this year that it is considering strategic options for the airline unit ...

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