IAG chief executive Willie Walsh

International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) is still keen to buy Aer Lingus despite the Government’s delay in deciding whether or not to sell the(...)

Aircraft of German airline Lufthansa standing at the tarmac of the Franz-Josef-Strauss-Airport in Munich, southern Germany. Photograph: Getty Images

Lufthansa narrowed its operating loss in the first quarter, helped by cheaper fuel, but said on Tuesday further action was needed to lower costs, espe(...)

“We’re not under any pressure, nor are we intending to put any pressure on anybody involved in the process,” IAG chief executive Willie Walsh says of Aer Lingus bid.   Picture: Bloomberg.

Willie Walsh, chief executive officer of British Airways parent IAG, said he’s in no rush to complete a deal to buy Aer Lingus as he negotiates with t(...)

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London 1% hotel tax proposed There is consternation in London as the frontrunner for the next mayor, Tessa Jowell, is proposing a hotel levy of 1 per (...)

Ruth Curran of Merc Partners with Willie Walsh, chief executive of  International Airlines Group. Mr Walsh said it would be “very interesting” if Virgin appeared before the Oireachtas committee. Photograph:  Angela Halpin

International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) chief executive Willie Walsh says rival Virgin Atlantic has no interest in the Irish market, despite (...)

Willie Walsh, chief executive of IAG, in Dublin last month following a parliamentary hearing into the proposed takeover of Aer Lingus. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

International Consolidated Airlines’ Group (IAG) chief executive, Willie Walsh says he would be “delighted” to see Richard Branson’s Virgin Atlantic s(...)

IAG has been circling Aer Lingus for more than three months and in January said that it is willing to pay €2.55 a-share for the Irish airline, once both the State and Ryanair agree to sell their holdings in the company.

Government officials met with International Consolidated Airlines’ Group (IAG) representatives on Friday to discuss the company’s €1.36 billion bid fo(...)

Etihad flightattendants in training. The airline is willing to sell its Aer Lingus stake.

Etihad Airways is willing to sell its stake in Aer Lingus to long-time suitor, International Consolidated Airlines’ Group (IAG), according to the gulf(...)

Qatar Airways chief executive Akbar Al Baker said on Wednesday that the airline  would like to increase its stake in IAGat a later date. (Photograph: Axel Schmidt/Reuters)

Qatar Airways would like to raise its stake in the owner of British Airways and Iberia at some point and may invest in other well-run airlines, its ch(...)