IAG.L - International Consolidated Airlines Group, S.A.

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
687.20
-3.80 (-0.55%)
At close: 4:35PM BST
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Previous close691.00
Open690.80
Bid606.00 x 123000
Ask728.00 x 327100
Day's range677.91 - 690.80
52-week range569.00 - 773.19
Volume3,995,283
Avg. volume7,579,686
Market cap13.897B
Beta-0.01
PE ratio (TTM)4.55
EPS (TTM)151.00
Earnings date3 Aug 2018
Forward dividend & yield0.26 (3.83%)
Ex-dividend date2018-06-28
1y target est7.60
  • Barrons.comyesterday

    [$$] Air France-KLM: Not Ready to Fly High

    Flying on Air France to Paris this summer could be a fantastic idea, setting you up to enjoy the usual sights and cuisine, as well as the chance to score souvenirs that celebrate the World Cup–winning French soccer squad. While shares of Air France–KLM (ticker:ticker::AF.France) have flown higher in July after an ugly half-year, bears warn that the airline operator’s recent problems—with costs, management, and more—probably will persist. The top reason to avoid the stock, reckons Bernstein analyst Daniel Roeska, is the company hasn’t done enough to integrate Air France’s operations with KLM’s, even though it has been 14 years since the French carrier merged with its Dutch counterpart.

  • Reuters - UK Focusyesterday

    Belgian airspace reopened after flight data issue disrupts travel

    Air travellers faced delays on Thursday after flight space over Belgium was closed temporarily due to a problem with a flight data processing system at Belgium air traffic controller Belgocontrol. Brussels Airport advised travellers to check the status of their flights after what it said was an "exceptional situation". Two hours after Belgocontrol said it was closing air space, it tweeted: "Problem with flight plan data is resolved.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Belgian flight data issue disrupts travel, airspace closed

    Air travellers are facing disruption on Thursday after flight space over Belgium was closed due to a problem with a flight data processing system at Belgium air traffic controller Belgocontrol. "Due to an exceptional situation air traffic is temporarily suspended. Belgocontrol is looking in to it.

  • British Airways warns of 'knock-on disruption' after 'chaos' at Heathrow
    Sky News2 days ago

    British Airways warns of 'knock-on disruption' after 'chaos' at Heathrow

    British Airways has warned passengers should expect "some knock-on disruption" following IT issues on Wednesday. The airline apologised after dozens of flights in and out of Heathrow Airport were cancelled on Wednesday, with one passenger describing "complete chaos" at Terminal 5. Long queues were reported as other BA flights suffered delays.

  • British Airways says I.T. issue resolved, trying to minimise disruption
    Reuters2 days ago

    British Airways says I.T. issue resolved, trying to minimise disruption

    LONDON (Reuters) - British Airways said on Thursday it had resolved an I.T. issue overnight which had led to cancelled flights at Europe's busiest airport Heathrow, and was trying to minimise any further ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    British Airways says I.T. issue resolved, trying to minimise disruption

    British Airways said on Thursday it had resolved an I.T. issue overnight which had led to cancelled flights at Europe's busiest airport Heathrow, and was trying to minimise any further disruption to its schedule. A number of British Airways flights scheduled to leave on Thursday morning were listed as cancelled by Heathrow Airport's live departure board, after the I.T. issue had disrupted flights late on Wednesday. The carrier, owned by IAG, suffered a massive computer system failure in May 2017, caused by a power supply issue near Heathrow, which stranded 75,000 customers over a busy holiday weekend.

  • British Airways says Heathrow flights hit by computer problems
    Reuters2 days ago

    British Airways says Heathrow flights hit by computer problems

    British Airways (ICAG.L) cancelled and delayed flights at London's Heathrow, Europe's biggest airport, on Wednesday due to problems with a supplier's IT systems, the airline said. A number of British Airways flights were cancelled or being delayed by several hours at Heathrow's Terminal 5, according to the airport's departure board. "We are working with our supplier to resolve the matter and are sorry for the disruption to our customers' travel plans," British Airways said in a statement.

  • British Airways says Heathrow flights hit by computer problems
    Reuters2 days ago

    British Airways says Heathrow flights hit by computer problems

    British Airways canceled and delayed flights at London's Heathrow, Europe's biggest airport, on Wednesday due to problems with a supplier's IT systems, the airline said. A number of British Airways flights were canceled or being delayed by several hours at Heathrow's Terminal 5, according to the airport's departure board. "We are working with our supplier to resolve the matter and are sorry for the disruption to our customers' travel plans," British Airways said in a statement.

  • British Airways reports computer problems affecting check-in
    Reuters2 days ago

    British Airways reports computer problems affecting check-in

    LONDON (Reuters) - British Airways (ICAG.L) said on Twitter on Wednesday it is experiencing some "system issues" and "online check-in is down" as some passengers reported that planes ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    British Airways says Heathrow flights hit by computer problems

    British Airways cancelled and delayed flights at London's Heathrow, Europe's biggest airport, on Wednesday due to problems with a supplier's IT systems, the airline said. A number of British Airways flights were cancelled or being delayed by several hours at Heathrow's Terminal 5, according to the airport's departure board. "We are working with our supplier to resolve the matter and are sorry for the disruption to our customers' travel plans," British Airways said in a statement.

  • British Airways says Heathrow flights hit by computer problems
    Reuters2 days ago

    British Airways says Heathrow flights hit by computer problems

    British Airways (ICAG.L) cancelled and delayed flights at London's Heathrow, Europe's biggest airport, on Wednesday due to problems with a supplier's IT systems, the airline said. A number of British Airways flights were cancelled or being delayed by several hours at Heathrow's Terminal 5, according to the airport's departure board. "We are working with our supplier to resolve the matter and are sorry for the disruption to our customers' travel plans," British Airways said in a statement.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    British Airways says computer problems affecting operations at Heathrow

    British Airways said on Wednesday that its operations at London's Heathrow, Europe's biggest airport, were disrupted because of an issue with a supplier's IT systems. "We are working with our supplier ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    British Airways reports computer problems affecting check-in

    British Airways said on Twitter on Wednesday it is experiencing some "system issues" and "online check-in is down" as some passengers reported that planes operated by the company were ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    London Heathrow airport says operations resuming after fire alarm

    London's Heathrow Airport said its operations were starting to resume after a fire alarm briefly affected the running of the airfield, including the control tower, on Wednesday. "We apologise for ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Lufthansa to start flights to Israeli Red Sea resort Eilat

    Lufthansa (Xetra: LHAB.DE - news) said on Wednesday it will launch four weekly flights to Eilat, the Red Sea resort which Israel hopes to turn into a winter vacation spot for foreign tourists. More than 175,000 foreign tourists flew into Ovda, a converted military airfield 60 km (40 miles) from Eilat, in the first five months of 2018, double the amount for all of 2017. Helping spur growth is a government grant of 60 euros ($70) per passenger for airlines starting routes to Eilat.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    Air Nostrum, CityJet sign joint venture to create new European airlines group

    Air Nostrum and Ireland's CityJet on Tuesday signed an accord to create a new joint holding which they said would form the largest short-haul airline group in Europe. The creation of the holding, which ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    IAG adds two more long-haul planes for budget unit Level

    IAG, the owner of British Airways and Iberia, has committed to two more A330-200 long-haul planes for its new budget unit Level, Airbus said on Tuesday. Level currently plans to operate five A330 jets ...

  • Reuters4 days ago

    IAG's Level airline plans budget long-haul flights from Vienna

    British Airways parent IAG (ICAG.L) plans to expand its long-haul network from Vienna with new budget brand Level, Chief Executive Willie Walsh said on Tuesday. Most budget airlines offer short-haul routes, but Level was established last year to offer low-cost long-haul flights, joining a handful of other airlines in this relatively new market, including Norwegian (NWC.OL). "One of the reasons we chose the Level brand to operate from Vienna (is) that we are looking for opportunities to further expand long-haul flights," Walsh said at a news conference in Vienna to launch Level, adding that a decision on the new routes had not been taken yet.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    IAG's Level airline plans budget long-haul flights from Vienna

    British Airways parent IAG plans to expand its long-haul network from Vienna with new budget brand Level, Chief Executive Willie Walsh said on Tuesday. Most budget airlines offer short-haul routes, but Level was established last year to offer low-cost long-haul flights, joining a handful of other airlines in this relatively new market, including Norwegian. "One of the reasons we chose the Level brand to operate from Vienna (is) that we are looking for opportunities to further expand long-haul flights," Walsh said at a news conference in Vienna to launch Level, adding that a decision on the new routes had not been taken yet.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    IAG to expand long-haul network from Vienna with budget brand Level

    British Airways parent IAG plans to expand its long-haul network from Vienna with its new budget brand Level, its Chief Executive Willie Walsh said on Tuesday. "One of the reasons we chose the Level ...

  • China Southern in Talks With British Airways on Joint Venture
    Bloomberg8 days ago

    China Southern in Talks With British Airways on Joint Venture

    China Southern Airlines Co., one of the nation’s top three state carriers, is exploring a joint venture with British Airways for flights between the Asian country and the U.K., according to the company’s global sales director. Asia’s biggest carrier by fleet size is discussing with IAG SA’s BA on how to extend cooperation beyond the existing basic code-share agreement announced in December, Senior Vice-President Luo Laijin said in an interview Friday at London’s Heathrow Airport. The two are discussing special pro-rate agreements, flight connections from the U.K.’s capital to cities including Manchester, Edinburgh and Glasgow, as well as to some African cities.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 days ago

    Norwegian Air swings to surprise Q2 net profit

    Fast (Shanghai: 600391.SS - news) -growing budget airline Norwegian Air Shuttle (LSE: 0FGH.L - news) beat expectations with a second-quarter net profit on Thursday as it controlled costs better than expected at a time when its transatlantic expansion is peaking. Europe's third-largest budget airline by passenger numbers is trying to crack the transatlantic market by undercutting established rivals, but has faced pressures to control costs and shore up its balance sheet in the face of competition. The company posted a net profit of 300 million crowns ($37.07 million) in the second quarter, compared with a loss of 691 million crowns a year earlier.

  • Reuters - UK Focus11 days ago

    British aviation regulator steps up planning for disorderly Brexit

    Britain's aviation regulator has stepped up planning for a "no deal" disorderly Brexit, identifying how many new staff would be needed and preparing safety systems to take on work now carried out by European authorities. The Civil Aviation Authority had said in January it was purposely not planning for a scenario where it was excluded from Europe's safety body, "as it would be misleading to suggest that's a viable option". Prime Minister Theresa May said on Friday the government would step up preparations for the possibility of Britain leaving the European Union without reaching a deal with Brussels.

  • Reuters - UK Focus17 days ago

    Britain's FTSE ticks higher, Glencore takes a tumble

    Britain's top share index climbed on Tuesday following a shaky start to the month, although mining giant Glencore fell after one of its subsidiaries received a U.S. subpoena. The blue-chip FTSE 100 index was up 0.6 percent at 7,593.29 points at its close, making back some of Monday's 1.2 percent loss when concerns over global trade hit risky assets. The mood was upbeat across the wider European equity trading landscape after German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives settled a row over migration late on Monday evening that had threatened to topple her fragile governing coalition.

  • Reuters22 days ago

    China says U.S. should tell airlines to change websites in Taiwan row

    China said on Friday that the United States should tell its airlines to change their websites to refer to self-ruled Taiwan as Chinese territory, after the United States said China had rejected requests for talks on the matter. China has demanded that foreign firms, and airlines in particular, begin referring to Taiwan as Chinese territory on their websites, along with Hong Kong and Macau, a move described by the White House in May as "Orwellian nonsense".

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