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

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504.50-2.00 (-0.39%)
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Previous Close506.50
Bid485.00 x 123000
Ask525.00 x 327100
Day's Range497.60 - 508.50
52 Week Range281.73 - 572.00
Avg. Volume9,745,224
Market Cap10.69B
PE Ratio (TTM)5.87
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield0.23 (3.70%)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters9 hours ago

    Norwegian Air to offer U.S.-Europe fares starting at $65 one way

    Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA plans to offer transatlantic flights on 10 new routes between the United States and Europe with tickets starting at $65 one way, putting pressure on U.S. and European rivals to compete, it said on Thursday. Norwegian is expanding its network of flights to the United States starting in mid-June after receiving long-awaited U.S. approval in December for its Irish subsidiary Norwegian Air International to operate routes across the Atlantic. Established U.S. carriers have been forced to consider restricted cheaper fares and redesigned cabins with more seats to win budget-conscious travellers to compete with Norwegian and rival Icelandic carrier Wow Air.

  • Zacks11 hours ago

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  • Reuters15 hours ago

    U.S. airline Surf Air to launch European routes in May

    U.S. subscription-based airline Surf Air will launch in Europe in May, targeting people who fly business class in a potential challenge to the continent's traditional airlines. Surf Air Europe will start connecting London to Zurich during the week and Ibiza in Spain at weekends, operating a subscription model where customers pay a 1,750 pound ($2,180) monthly fee for unlimited travel. It will later add routes to Cannes, Munich and Milan, Surf Air Europe Chief Executive Simon Talling-Smith said.