Aer Lingus makes €45 million operating profit in first six-weeks at IAG

IAG reported an operating profit of €1.25 billion before exceptional items in Q3, up from €900 million in the same period last year

30th October, 2015
IAG chief executive Willie Walsh, Minister for Transport, Paschal Donohoe and Aer Lingus chief executive Stephen Kavanagh

Aer Lingus made an operating profit of €45 million in its first six-weeks under the control of the International Consolidated Airlines' Group (IAG).

The figure covers the period from August 18, when the airline was acquired by IAG, up to the end of its third quarter result period on September 30.

IAG reported an operating profit of €1.25 billion before exceptional items in Q3, up from €900 million in the same period last year. The figure does...

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