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1. IAG Cargo Signs Agreement to Purchase Capacity on Qatar Airways Freighters
IAG Cargo has signed a long-term commercial agreement to purchase capacity on Qatar Airways-operated air cargo freighters, effective from 1 May 2014. Qatar Airways will operate five B777F flights a week between Hong Kong and London, via Doha, on behalf of IAG Cargo, providing continuity of service for IAG Cargo customers.
2. Finnair Joins IAG Cargo Partner Plus Program
Finnair Cargo has signed an agreement to participate in IAG Cargo Partner Plus Program. The Partner Plus Program is an enhanced version of interline cooperation, which means that through this partnership both IAG Cargo and Finnair are able to deliver enhanced network connectivity to their customers, who will also benefit through confirmed bookings and a higher on-load priority.
3. Qatar Airways Increases Stake in IAG
Qatar Airways has increased its shareholding in International Airlines Group (IAG) from 15.67% to 20.01%. The Doha-based airline has also reiterated that it may consider increasing its stake even further. Non-EU shareholders of IAG, which includes Qatar Airways, are subject to an overall cap on non-EU ownership as a result of the requirement for EU airlines to be majority owned by
4. IAG and BA Sign MOU for 18 Airbus A350-1000s
International Airline Group (IAG), and British Airways have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to buy 18 Airbus A350-1000 aircraft plus 18 options. IAG, owner of both British Airways and Iberia, has also secured commercial terms and delivery slots that could lead to firm orders for Iberia. Firm orders will only be made when Iberia is in a position to grow profitably, having rest
5. IAG Signs LOI for up to 200 Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft
International Airlines Group (IAG) has signed a LOI with Boeing for up to 200 of the troubled Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, in a deal that would be valued at more than $24 billion if it is finalised.
6. IAG Orders 31 Airbus Aircraft
International Airlines Group (IAG) has signed a firm order for 31 Airbus aircraft, including eleven wide-body aircraft (eight A350-900s, three A330-200s) and twenty A320neos. The A350s and A330s are slated for Iberia’s fleet modernisation and to open new long-haul routes, and the A320neos will be allocated to the group’s airlines for fleet replacement.
7. IAG Orders 62 Airbus A320 Family Aircraft for Vueling
International Airlines Group (IAG) and Vueling have signed a purchase agreement to buy 62 Airbus A320s – 30 A320ceo and 32 A320neo – plus options for 58 A320 Family aircraft, as part of the airline’s fleet development and modernisation strategy.
8. IAG Becomes Launch Customer of Inmarsat's European Aviation Network
International Airlines Group (IAG) has signed a deal to be the launch customer for Inmarsat's European Aviation Network (EAN) high-speed in-flight broadband service, which Inmarsat will jointly operate with its partner Deutsche Telekom. EAN allows European passengers to use their personal devices for internet browsing, video streaming, gaming and other online services.

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