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

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
686.40
-0.60 (-0.09%)
At close: 4:35PM BST
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Previous Close687.00
Open686.00
Bid680.00 x 123000
Ask694.00 x 327100
Day's Range683.80 - 692.60
52 Week Range578.88 - 727.00
Volume3,189,128
Avg. Volume6,049,026
Market Cap13.714B
Beta0.31
PE Ratio (TTM)4.48
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.26 (3.80%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-06-28
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters3 days ago

    Qatar Airways blames $69 million annual loss on Gulf dispute

    Qatar Airways reported on Tuesday a 252 million riyals ($69 million) loss for the financial year ending March 31, citing a regional political dispute that has seen it banned from four Arab countries. Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Egypt, and Bahrain have banned Qatar Airways since June 2017 as part of a dispute they have with the government of Qatar. "This turbulent year has inevitably had an impact on our financial results," Qatar Airways Chief Executive Akbar al-Baker said in a statement.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    L&G closes $5.7 billion British Airways pension deal

    Britain's Legal & General (L&G) has closed a deal to insure 4.4 billion pounds ($5.73 billion) of British Airways' historic pensions liabilities, the insurer said on Thursday. The transaction will cover about 22,000 pensioners and is the largest ever bulk annuity policy arranged with a UK pension scheme, the insurer said, with L&G Chief Executive Nigel Wilson adding that further transactions are planned in the next few months to remove legacy liabilities. "The second half of 2018 is likely to be a record six months for our PRT [pensions risk transfer] business," he said in a statement.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Trustees of British Airways-sponsored retirement scheme close to pension buy-in deal -Sky News

    Trustees of British Airways-sponsored Airways Pension Scheme are close to a deal with Legal & General to insure more than 4 billion pounds ($5.22 billion) of its historic pension liabilities, Sky News reported on Wednesday. The talks have been ongoing for months and could be concluded within days, Sky said, citing sources close to British Airways. A spokesperson for the Airways Pension Scheme trustees declined to comment.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Airlines lag climate goals despite fuel efficiency improvement: study

    Airline fuel efficiency on transatlantic flights has improved by one percent a year since 2014 as carriers modernized their fleets, but the industry still lags its own climate goals, according to a study released on Wednesday by the International Council on Clean Transportation. According to the ICCT study, the industry's average fuel efficiency, as measured by how much fuel is used to transport passengers, improved to 34 passenger kilometers per liter of fuel from 33 between 2014 and 2017 as carriers opted for modern aircraft with lower fuel burn and operated fuller planes. Airlines have been switching to more fuel-efficient planes to mitigate the impact of high oil prices on their margins.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Airlines lag climate goals despite fuel efficiency improvement -study

    Airline fuel efficiency on transatlantic flights has improved by one percent a year since 2014 as carriers modernized their fleets, but the industry still lags its own climate goals, according to a study released on Wednesday by the International Council on Clean Transportation. According to the ICCT study, the industry's average fuel efficiency, as measured by how much fuel is used to transport passengers, improved to 34 passenger kilometers per liter of fuel from 33 between 2014 and 2017 as carriers opted for modern aircraft with lower fuel burn and operated fuller planes. Airlines have been switching to more fuel-efficient planes to mitigate the impact of high oil prices on their margins.

  • The Wall Street Journal8 days ago

    [$$] Cyber Daily: British Airways Hackers Stole Data as People Booked Flights

    British Airways announced last week that hackers had stolen data from about 380,000 customers. Personal and credit card information that customers entered on the airline’s website and mobile app between Aug. 21 and Sept. 5 was exposed. Hackers got CVV codes, the three- or four-digit numbers on the back of credit cards.

  • How New Jets With Less Legroom Help Fight Climate Change
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    How New Jets With Less Legroom Help Fight Climate Change

    New airplanes with spartan quarters appear to offer the greatest fuel efficiency when crossing the Atlantic. Among 20 airlines that traverse North Atlantic routes, Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA ranked as the most fuel-efficient last year, with British Airways the least, as measured by passenger-kilometers per liter of jet fuel, according to a report from the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT).

  • British Airways breach caused by credit card skimming malware, researchers say
    TechCrunch10 days ago

    British Airways breach caused by credit card skimming malware, researchers say

    A security firm says credit card skimming malware installed by hackers on British Airways' website a few months ago was to blame for a data breach of over 380,000 credit cards. Payments through the airline's website and mobile app were stolen over the three-week period, but a key clue was that travel information wasn't affected. Yonathan Klijnsma, a threat researcher at RiskIQ, suspected it might be the same group that was behind the Ticketmaster breach, in which hackers targeted a third-party that loaded code on Ticketmaster's various sites.

  • Reuters10 days ago

    PRESS DIGEST- British Business - Sept 11

    The following are the top stories on the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. The Times - Williams Grand Prix Holdings, parent ...

  • The Wall Street Journal13 days ago

    [$$] British Airways Reports Data Breach

    British Airways’ owner said the airline has been hit by a cyberhack, with the personal data of customers who booked flights on the carrier’s website stolen, the latest in a string of corporate data breaches. International Consolidated Airlines Group SA said Thursday that the breach affected customers who booked flights with British Airways between Aug. 21 and Sept. 5, and that it was investigating the incident. The stolen data, however, didn’t include travel or passport details.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    European shares suffer worst week since March on trade woes

    LONDON/MILAN, Sept 7 (Reuters) - European shares steadied on Friday but suffered their worst week since end March as uncertainty over global trade rippled through markets and investors dumped riskier sectors. The STOXX ended off earlier lows after White House Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow told CNBC that the United States continued to talk with China about a number of trade issues but added that so far China has not met U.S. requests. The STOXX however fell 2.2 percent on the week, its worst performance since the end of March, with investors' appetite for risk dented by worries the trade dispute between the U.S. and China could escalate as well as weakness in emerging markets.

  • BA apologises after 380,000 customers hit in cyber attack
    Reuters13 days ago

    BA apologises after 380,000 customers hit in cyber attack

    British Airways apologised on Friday after the credit card details of hundreds of thousands of its customers were stolen over a two-week period in the most serious attack on its website and app. The airline discovered on Wednesday that bookings made between Aug. 21 and Sept. 5 had been infiltrated in a "very sophisticated, malicious criminal" attack, BA Chairman and Chief Executive Alex Cruz said. Around 380,000 card payments were compromised, the airline said, with hackers obtaining names, street and email addresses, credit card numbers, expiry dates and security codes - sufficient information to steal from accounts.

  • BA apologizes after 380,000 customers hit in cyber attack
    Reuters13 days ago

    BA apologizes after 380,000 customers hit in cyber attack

    British Airways apologized on Friday after the credit card details of hundreds of thousands of its customers were stolen over a two-week period in the most serious attack on its website and app. The airline discovered on Wednesday that bookings made between Aug. 21 and Sept. 5 had been infiltrated in a "very sophisticated, malicious criminal" attack, BA Chairman and Chief Executive Alex Cruz said. Around 380,000 card payments were compromised, the airline said, with hackers obtaining names, street and email addresses, credit card numbers, expiry dates and security codes - sufficient information to steal from accounts.

  • British Airways travelers' credit card details hacked
    Associated Press13 days ago

    British Airways travelers' credit card details hacked

    LONDON (AP) — Hackers obtained the credit card details of some 380,000 British Airways travelers during a two-week data breach this summer that leaves the customers vulnerable to financial fraud, the airline says.

  • British Airways Isn’t Anybody’s Favorite Airline
    Bloomberg13 days ago

    British Airways Isn’t Anybody’s Favorite Airline

    It’s lucky for airline executives that they’re a well-paid bunch, because when things go wrong the job’s a living nightmare. Alex Cruz knows this only too well. Since being named boss of British Airways in 2016, he’s had to deal with a power and IT failure that left tens of thousands of passengers stranded over a busy holiday weekend.

  • Bloomberg13 days ago

    BA Hacking Leaves Airline Open to Fines Under Tough Data Rules

    British Airways may become the first high-profile company to face Europe’s far-reaching data privacy rules that come with potential fines after a computer hack compromised credit card data from some 380,000 customers. The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, which took effect on May 25, mandates that companies have to take technical precautions such as encryption to ensure customer data is protected.

  • TheStreet.com13 days ago

    British Airways Reveals Biggest IT Breach in 20 Years, Shares Tumble

    , the parent company of British Airways, said Friday that a "sophisticated criminal attack" on its computer systems led to the theft of personal data from at least 380,000 customers, sending shares sharply lower in early London trading. British Airways said the cyber attack, which was first discovered late Wednesday, occurred between August 21 and September 5 and affected both its main customer website as well as its mobile booking app and was the most significant breach for the company in at least 20 years. The group said it would compensate people who lost money as a result of the hack, but insisted that no passport details were compromised during the attack.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    BA says notified customers as soon as possible after data breach

    British Airways contacted affected customers as soon as it found out data from its website and mobile app had been breached, its boss said on Friday. BA, part of the International Airlines Group (ICAG.L), said late on Thursday financial data had been stolen from potentially hundreds of thousands of its customers who made online bookings in recent weeks. "The moment we found out that actual customer data had been compromised that's when we began an all-out immediate communication to our customers, that was the priority," Alex Cruz, BA's chief executive and chairman, told BBC radio.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    BA says notified customers as soon as possible after data breach

    British Airways contacted affected customers as soon as it found out data from its website and mobile app had been breached, its boss said on Friday. BA, part of the International Airlines Group (ICAG.L), said late on Thursday financial data had been stolen from potentially hundreds of thousands of its customers who made online bookings in recent weeks. "The moment we found out that actual customer data had been compromised that's when we began an all-out immediate communication to our customers, that was the priority," Alex Cruz, BA's chief executive and chairman, told BBC radio.

  • Reuters13 days ago

    European shares edge higher as trade uncertainty boosts defensives

    European shares were slightly higher in early trading on Friday as uncertainty over global trade rippled through markets and investors sought refuge in defensive sectors. The pan-European STOXX 600 was up 0.1 percent by 0724 GMT, while the exporter-heavy German DAX gained 0.2 percent and Britain's' FTSE 100 was flat in percentage terms. Europe's benchmark was set to end the week with a 2.3 percent loss, its worst weekly performance since the end of March as worries over an escalating trade dispute between the United States and China, as well as weakness in emerging markets, have dented investors' appetite for risk.

  • Hackers Steal British Airways Data
    Bloomberg14 days ago

    Hackers Steal British Airways Data

    Hackers stole credit card and passport information from British Airways https://bloom.bg/2Q5TarY (Source: Bloomberg)

  • Reuters14 days ago

    PRESS DIGEST- Financial Times - Sept 7

    The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines Sick passengers on two flights from Europe evaluated at ...

  • British Airways website hack exposed customer financial data
    Engadget14 days ago

    British Airways website hack exposed customer financial data

    While we've gotten used to regular data breaches, it's been awhile since news of one hit the airline industry. No passport or travel details were stolen, but the post recommended those were affected call their banks and reset the password for their British Airways website account. The company hasn't released any other details about the breach yet, but like most of these events, we'll probably learn much more as the airline's investigation unfolds.

  • CNBC14 days ago

    British Airways investigating customer data breach

    British Airways is investigating a customer data breach on its website and mobile app.

  • British Airways says sorry for being hacked on anniversary of Equifax breach
    Yahoo Finance Video13 days ago

    British Airways says sorry for being hacked on anniversary of Equifax breach

    British Airways is apologizing after hackers stole credit card information from 380,000 customers. The airline's website and app were hacked. This apology comes on the one-year anniversary of the massive data breach at Equifax. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Dion Rabouin, Andy Serwer, and Entrepreneur's Jason Feifer discuss with Mark Schulz of Compare Cards.