Airbus must become “more aggressive” in its pricing of the A380 if it wants to receive additional orders from International Airlines Group (IAG) CEO Willie Walsh said. “We might consider adding aircraft, but only at a price that we think is attractive,” Walsh said Feb. 1 on the sidelines of a oneworld alliance event in London. IAG’s existing fleet of 12 A380s, operated by subsidiary British Airways (BA), “works very well. It is an excellent ...

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