Travel Cyprus bill: costs rise out of term time

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Sir Richard said the airline would retain its

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Britain is still living in old world, says BA chief Walsh

Willie Walsh, chief executive of the owner of British Airways, has condemned the Government's economic recovery plans, warning: "I don't see an agenda for growth in this country."

Britain has no agenda for growth, says Walsh

Airlines boss wants ministers to end visa restrictions and boost trade with new markets

BA wants to axe 400 cabin crew

British Airways is looking to shed 400 senior cabin crew jobs, but stressed there would be no compulsory redundancies.

BA aims to cut 400 cabin crew jobs

British Airways is looking to shed 400 senior cabin crew jobs. But the airline stressed that there would be no compulsory redundancies.

More than three million workers underemployed and wanting to work more

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Boeing's 787 'Dreamliner'

Exclusive: Date revealed for first scheduled departure of Boeing's 787 'Dreamliner'

The 787 promises a dramatic improvement in passenger comfort, with more space, bigger windows and air pressurised at only 6,000 feet rather than 8,000 feet.

A bridge too far? Loyal flyers get no choice to Sydney

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This week: The effect for British travellers of Spain's national airline making deep cuts

Q Iberia has announced plans to cut its network. What will this mean for fares and services between the UK and Spain?

This week: The effect for British travellers of Spain's national airline making deep cuts

Q Iberia has announced plans to cut its network. What will this mean for fares and services between the UK and Spain?

4,000 jobs to go as Iberia fights for life

The owner of British Airways and Iberia yesterday announced plans to axe more than 4,000 jobs, sell off planes and cut routes at the Spanish airline, admitting its loss-making purchase was in a "fight for survival".

Spanish airline Iberia cancelled more than a third of its flights today

British Airways owner IAG to axe 4,500 jobs as it tries to stem Iberia losses

The owner of British Airways is to axe 4,500 jobs as it battles to save its loss-making Spanish airline Iberia.

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