Willie Walsh

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British Airways  benefited from additional Heathrow slots in 2013, with  profits of £651 million, an improvement of £77 million on the previous year. Photograph:  Steve Parsons/PA Wire

The owner of British Airways moved back into profit today after the business reported “huge progress” in the turnaround of Spanish carrier Iber(...)

Willie Walsh: “I see my role as supporting and challenging John Corrigan [NTMA chief executive] and his management team.”

International Airlines Group (IAG) chief executive Willie Walsh says he will not “change his style” when he takes the helm at the board responsible fo(...)

 NTMA chief executive John Corrigan. The agency plans to raise  €6 - €10 billion from the markets this year. Photo: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) has said it plans to raise between €6 and €10 billion from the markets this year, by way of pre-funding(...)

1 Which five companies were admitted to trading on the Irish Stock Exchange in 2013? 2 Which companies will Ervia oversee next year? 3 Ryan(...)

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Image of the week: Caffeine breakRule number one of any conference, symposium or seminar convened to discuss the “future of” a particular sector is th(...)

Profit at Iberia rose to €74 million in the third quarter from €1 million in the same period a year ago. Photograph: Sergio Perez/Reuters

Profit at International Airlines Group more than doubled in the third quarter as Spanish carrier Iberia began to recover, adding to another strong per(...)

Willie Walsh, chief executive of the International Airlines Group, has been appointed to the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) Advisory Committee and will become chairman of the board.

Willie Walsh, chief executive of the International Airlines Group, has been appointed to the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) Advisory Commi(...)

Willie Walsh: claimed trade with China has been harmed by the restrictive visa regime in Britain. Photograph: Alan Betson

If you want to make a point, then little can beat having a captive audience, particularly when they’re transport hacks locked inside an aircraft speci(...)

Willie Walsh left, ceo International Airlines Group: he  said Heathrow’s priority appears to be boosting returns toits owners.   Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

Passengers travelling through Heathrow could face an extra charge of up to €8.30 for using the airport from next April if the UK’s aviation regulator (...)

Willie Walsh, chief executive of International Airlines Group (IAG), parent of British Airways and Iberia, predicted on Monday that some carriers are likely to close as the shake up in the European industry continues.

“Weaker, peripheral” European airlines will struggle and possibly close under the twin pressures of increased competition and a weak economy, accordi(...)

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