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International Consolidated Airlines Group, S.A. (IAG.L)

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    Rich & happy
    Passengers flying from Heathrow to Hong Kong and Italy on Tuesday will be the first to have the option of paying for a rapid Covid test before checking in.

    The test will cost £80 and the result is guaranteed within an hour.

    The aim is to help people travelling to destinations where proof of a negative result is required on arrival.

    A growing number of countries have classified the UK as being "at risk", meaning travellers from the UK face more restrictions.

    The authorities in Hong Kong now require people to show they have a negative test result, taken within 72 hours of a flight from London.

    The rapid saliva swab, which is now available at Heathrow Terminals 2 and 5, is known as a Lamp (Loop-mediated Isothermal Amplification) test.

    Coronavirus: What are the UK travel quarantine rules?

    Airlines and airports in fresh aid package plea

    British Airways will now offer it to customers.
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    Rich & happy
    my average is £1 holding 8k shares this is the safest and strongest airline to hold, Heathrow is starting pre flights testing soon and EU introduced dogs to check Corona pre flights, people are dying to fly will hold for one year atleast. looking at their financials n restructuring they are safest with strongest cash position.
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    scott
    Where does everyone see this stock in 1 years time?
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    Chris
    First UK airport coronavirus testing begins with BA taking part - https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-54604100
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    Philip
    New shares

    For those who excercised their rights, did you get the new shares allocated to your depot yet?
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    ravekanth
    Hi guys. Did anyone get their rights issued shares into account yet? I see my shares still sat there as non tradeable. I thought Oct 7 is when they start tradeable. Any pointers
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    Chitown
    No doubt this is a buy in my opinion ...this company is to big and has multiple flagship airlines for Spain and London...time to rack up and wait for the bump.......
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    Chitown
    I got paid 300 something for 508 shares today..... .60 cents a share yeah it came
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    Chitown
    This stock has all the potential I mean they streamlined their fleet adding new ones and ceo is pushing testing..stock to low most people don’t know what this stock is but iag in London stock market is much bigger
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    Michael
    is this stock still paying a dividend?
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    Rich & happy
    Guys i work in th2 airline industry and this airline has sorted its financials they are the strongest which great routes and hubs. get on board
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    Hamun
    Who's saying they paid a Dividend? I'm holding 800 shares in Degiro and I wasn't notified nor paid a Dividend. Can someone who received it explain in a little more detail?
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    Rich & happy
    IAG is the strongest with BA in it, will be higher n higher
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    wererabbit
    Still very low volume. Hopefully another green day, would-be nice to break that downward trend. Need some serious Covid testing though.
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    Victor
    hope for 1.5 at the end of the week
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    Rich & happy
    we have a treatment now this is the best news for airlines...
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    Julian
    SF-Hawaii flights resuming today with pre-flight COVID tests. Should be an interesting couple of weeks ahead. I wonder if they can scale this up to international travel too.
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    Victor
    q3 result should be somewhere in October, but i can't find dates, does someone has infoM
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    Chitown
    Big fund invested big money in iag stock in London so expect a bump at some point in the next couples weeks
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    John
    "Shares of International Consolidated Airways Group S.A. (LON: IAG) crashed more than 30% on Monday as the owner of British Airways was forced to launch a heavily discounted rights issue to raise #$%$2.74 billion to improve its liquidity.Investors that will take part in the new rights issue will be able to do so at a price that is 35.9% lower to Thursday?s closing price. Qatar Airways, the biggest shareholder, has agreed to take part with its 25% stake."This is the reason for the price drop. IAG is very unlikely to go bankrupt and has a good financial history. Of course it is still a risk and it may take up to 5 years to get back to normal flying levels but this stock price can easily double of triple by then which would mean 30%+ returns /year if you have confidence and are willing to wait.