Aircrafts of British, IAG Aer Lingus British Airways IAG Iberia Vueling 

IAG earns more than 559 million euros in 2016

The air group IAG (International Airlines Group), formed by the airlines British Airways, Iberia, Iberia Express, Aer Lingus and Vueling has presented a report showing economic results during the year 2016. IAG group last year obtained a net profit of EUR 559.221 million, a growth of 35% compared to 2015, i.e. 117.288 million more. In his speech to shareholders, Antonio Vázquez, President of IAG, said, among other things, that “while our short-term results were particularly affected by the British referendum on the European Union and the consequent devaluation of the pound…

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Aeroflot aircraft Aeroflot 

Aeroflot reports passenger growth

Aeroflot, he largest Russian company reported to have transported 2.207.000 passengers during the month of February. Representing a 11.3 percent more than the same month in 2016. Currently the international traffic of the company shows a higher growth than the domestic traffic. With a growth of 16.4% in a year to 1.170.000 passengers, against the increase of a 6.1%,  (1.037.000 passengers) of domestic traffic. The international growth is due in large part to the currently stable economy of the country, contributing to the opening of new routes and frequencies.

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