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Aviation Wrap: New bosses for IAG and United, Emirates’ Aussie return + MORE

If this week’s Aviation Wrap was a type of aircraft, it would be an Antonov An-225 Mriya. Meaning it’s got a buttload of news.

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Flavour of the Week: IAG boss calls it quits, Helloworld’s ex-comms director resurfaces + MORE!

Still playing catch-up on all the appointments and resignations this summer? Let this comprehensive rundown provide a much-needed boost.

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Airlines exposed for money-saving ‘fuel tankering’ practice that increases emissions

by Christian Fleetwood

A UK investigation has revealed an unsettling cost-cutting practice at airlines that sees hundreds of kilograms of additional emissions produced per flight.

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British Airways parent IAG to buy Air Europa for $1.6 billion

by Christian Fleetwood

Heading to Spain in the coming year? Chances are you’ll end up on an IAG-owned jet upon completion of this new deal.

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How unsafe is the sharing economy in travel?

by Daisy Doctor

Ok, we admit we’re being a tad overdramatic with our choice of photo here. But this one just seemed more exciting than the Airbnb logo.

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IAG confirms purchase of Aer Lingus

by AFP

“It will remain an iconic Irish brand with its base and management team in Ireland but will now grow as part of a strong, profitable airline group.”

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EC approves Aer Lingus takeover by IAG

by AFP

The European Commission has authorised the takeover of Irish airline Aer Lingus

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Open skies tensions boil over

by Daisy Melwani

British Airways parent, IAG, has left the European Airline Trade Group after a policy spat over how to deal with burgeoning Middle East carriers’ growth.

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Ryanair says open to offer for Aer Lingus

by AFP

Ryanair says it will consider any offer for its stake in Aer Lingus, currently of interest to British Airways owner IAG.

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IAG airlines group cuts losses

International Airlines Group says it has significantly reduced group losses in the first quarter thanks to cost cutting at Spanish […]

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IAG airlines group rebounds into profit

International Airlines Group has rebounded into net profit in 2013, boosted by a strong performance from British Airways and recently-acquired […]

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Aviation evolution on the cards, says Walsh

The aviation landscape will be "unrecognisable" in 20 years time, IAG boss Willie Walsh has predicted, as he highlighted the […]

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