|Bid||672.40 x 123000|
|Ask||705.00 x 327100|
|Day's Range||680.20 - 694.20|
|52 Week Range||569.00 - 773.19|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||4.28|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.26 (3.69%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
There is still a possibility that flights will not be able to take place the day after Britain's planned departure from the European Union next year, an EU official said on Friday. Henrik Hololei, director general for Mobility and Transport at the European Commission, said the clock was ticking and that the effects on aviation could be significant after the March 29, 2019, exit day. It hasn't disappeared," Hololei said at a CAPA Centre for Aviation conference in Dublin.
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A cockpit windshield on a Sichuan Airlines jet shattered while the plane was cruising at 32,000 feet, a rare incident that hurt the co-pilot and forced an emergency landing of the Airbus SE plane in southwestern China. The Civil Aviation Administration of China is investigating the Monday incident and will focus on the design and manufacturing of the windshield, the regulator’s safety chief Tang Weibin said in Beijing Tuesday.
World stocks were set for their biggest weekly loss since mid-March on Friday, while the dollar hovered just below recent four-month highs as investors awaited crucial U.S. jobs data that could cement expectations of further U.S. interest rate rises this year. Bond yields meanwhile slid following a surprising slowdown in euro zone inflation. The talks over the past two days have involved a high-level U.S. trade delegation led by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and top Chinese officials, following months of threats and counter threats from both sides in a series of disputes over trade practices.
SA (IAG.LN) said Friday that it is considering its options after failing to reach an agreement over a potential takeover of Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA (NAS.OS). In presentation slides accompanying its first-quarter release, British Airways-owner IAG confirmed it has contacted Norwegian Air’s board but no agreement has been reached. Norwegian Air said in a response that it received two separate conditional proposals from IAG for a potential complete takeover, both of which its board unanimously rejected “on the basis that they undervalued NAS and its prospects”.
Global air passenger traffic in terms of revenue passenger kilometres climbed 9.5 percent in March, which was the fastest growth rate in a year, supported by strong economic growth, the International Air ...
British Airways' owner says it's considering to acquire budget flyer Norwegian Air #tictocnews https://bloom.bg/2GTyP48 desc (Source: Bloomberg)
OSLO, April 18 (Reuters) - * Norwegian shares traded up on Wednesday * Oslo's benchmark index rose 1.10 pct, or 9.23 points, setting a new all-time high of 847.03 points. The bourse was up by 2.87 pct ...
British Airways parent IAG has built a small stake in Norwegian Air Shuttle and is considering a full takeover—doubling down on the booming market for trans-Atlantic budget travel.
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British Airway's parent IAG has acquired a stake in Norwegian Air Shuttle, suggesting it may try to take over the airline.
LONDON (AP) — British Airways' parent company said Thursday it is considering making an offer for low-cost carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle.
Shares in Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA flew 18% higher on Thursday after the parent company for British Airways said it may attempt a full takeover of the budget carrier. International Airlines Group S.A. ...
British Airways said cheaper fares were now for sale on certain long-haul routes, launching its new "basic" ticket price in a bid to compete with low-cost carriers on trans-Atlantic routes. British Airways, owned by International Airways Group , said on Wednesday that a "basic" one-way fare, a ticket which excludes a check-in bag and does not allow customers to select their seat, would cost from 175 pounds ($249) between London and Boston in the United States. British Airways is launching the fare in conjunction with its trans-Atlantic joint business partner airlines, American Airlines, Finnair and Iberia, in a move designed to counter rising competition.