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Fri, Jun 24 2016

BA owner IAG warns on profit after Brexit vote

LONDON, June 24 British Airways owner International Consolidated Airlines Group warned on profit on Friday, blaming a weaker than expected trading environment in the run up to the referendum that saw Britain vote to leave the European Union.

Qatar Airways hails holding in BA-owner as strategic cost saver

DUBLIN, June 3 Qatar Airways said on Friday its 15 percent stake in British Airways-owner IAG was a strategic rather than financial investment which helped purchasing and network planning, but it was not seeking a board seat.

UPDATE 2-Qatar Airways raises stake in BA-owner IAG to 15.01 pct

* Qatar plans to add destinations with new plane deliveries -CEO (Adds executive comment, detail on airline's U.S. and global growth, bylines)

Qatar Airways raises stake in BA-owner IAG to 15.01 percent

LONDON, May 17 Qatar Airways said on Tuesday it had raised its stake in the British Airways-owner, International Consolidated Airlines Group, to 15.01 percent and said it may consider acquiring more of the firm over time.

BRIEF-Gogo partners with International Airlines Group for in-flight connectivity

* To partner with international airlines group to bring 2ku technology to 118 british airways, 4 aer lingus boeing 757, up to 15 iberia long-haul aircraft

BA-owner IAG slows expansion plans after Brussels attacks

LONDON British Airways-owner IAG said it would trim its growth plans this year to adjust for weaker demand in the second quarter, as people flew less after the Brussels attacks and as oil weakness and Brexit worries dented business travel.

IAG says its A380 options too expensive, looking to lease second hand

DUBLIN British Airways owner IAG is holding talks on leasing additional A380s second hand because it believes the options it has to buy more of the Airbus superjumbo are too expensive, its chief executive said on Monday.

UPDATE 2-IAG says its A380 options too expensive, looking to lease second hand

* Plans to increase proportion of leased aircraft in fleet (Adds Walsh sees IAG shift to more leasing, background)

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