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Stocks were looking for direction on Friday, with mixed indications in the Dow, S&P and Nasdaq. The major indexes remain very close to their all-time highs and all are up double-digit percentages so far in 2017. 920 more words


British Airways loses IT - a case study

British Airways (BA) used to be called ‘the worlds favourite airline.’  Not any more.   On May 27 2017, a world-wide systems failure grounded all BA flights.  529 more words

Air Berlin likely being split between Lufthansa and easyJet.

I’ve written a number of posts about Air Berlin, however things finally seem to be coming to a conclusion with the airline.

On Monday 25th September, the day after the German federal elections there was a creditors’ meeting so that some decisions could be made on the initial set of bids received thus far. 539 more words

IAG CEO confirms bid for Air Berlin

Aer Lingus and British Airways parent IAG put in a bid for part of insolvent German airline Air Berlin but expects it will go mainly to Lufthansa, CEO Willie Walsh said at a conference in Barcelona.

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Monarch conduct 'strategic review' looking at long haul

Troubled Monarch Airlines is conducting another strategic review, and could well reverse its current plans to stay as a short haul scheduled carrier on the lines of easyJet. 202 more words

IAG among bidders for Air Berlin - sources

IAG, the owner of Aer Lingus and British Airways, has joined the field of bidders for parts or all of insolvent German airline Air Berlin, two people familiar with the matter told Reuters.

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