Thursday Jul 17
Comment: Unloved APD | First pay revolt
FEW issues get the aviation industry into a flap quite as much as airport passenger duty , which seems to be friendless outside the walls of Westminster.
BA Owner IAG 'To Cut 1,600 Jobs' At Iberia
After hundreds of job cuts in 2013 at the struggling Spanish carrier, its owner says more reform is needed to maintain viability.
British Airways Cabin Crew Strike May Add to Europe's Summer Transit Woes
British Airways is facing the threat of renewed strikes after cabin crew said they are prepared to take industrial action after their pay claims were rebuffed.
Sita chief to stay while board chairman stands down
The chief executive of Sita has shelved plans to retire and will remain in his position until at least next summer.