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IAG Cargo reports strong Q1 revenues

• IAG Cargo reports Q1 2021 commercial revenues of €350 million for the period from January 1 to 31 March 2021. • Results represent an increase of 50 per cent…

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Big airlines pull back from oil hedging after losing billions

Some of the world’s biggest airlines are shrinking their mammoth fuel-hedging programs after losing billions of dollars in derivatives markets last year.

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Air Canada pleads with Trudeau for plan to relax travel rules

Flush with bailout funds, Air Canada called on the government of its home country to lay out a plan for reopening borders as vaccination progresses.

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New airline’s plan to hire college kids on flights gets pushback

After decades of starting successful airlines and dreaming up new ways to operate them, David Neeleman is again plotting a different course, this time for staffing.

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British Airways owner subdued on impact of U.K. travel restart

British Airways parent IAG SA reported mounting losses and said it’s expecting only a gradual recovery in travel from the coronavirus pandemic as the U.K. prepares to reopen its border.

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Intradco Global debuts their innovative pig lift
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