WILLIE WALSH

WILLIE WALSH

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  1. FILE PHOTO: Willie Walsh, head of the International Air Transport Association, attends a meeting in

    Airline industry chief criticises UK COVID-19 policy

    Willie Walsh, the head of airline association IATA, renewed his criticism of Britain's coronavirus rules after it scrapped plans to end quarantine ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: Willie Walsh, head of the International Air Transport Association, attends a meeting in

    Global air travel demand 63per cent lower in May vs pre-pandemic - IATA

    Global airline industry body IATA said that passenger air travel demand remained subdued compared to pre-pandemic levels, with figures showing it ...
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    Ep 3: Willie Walsh, Director General Of International Air Transport Association

    EU lawmakers recently said vaccinated travellers can soon holiday freely in Europe. As Asia regressed into new lockdowns amid a surge in COVID-19 ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: IATA Director General and CEO de Juniac attends an interview with Reuters in Geneva

    Reduced to meeting online, airlines vow to keep fighting

    For an industry that prides itself on bringing people together, it was a particular humiliation for airlines to have to resort to video ...
  5. Willie Walsh Chief Executive of International Airlines Group (IAG) attends the Europe Aviation Summ

    Former IAG boss Walsh named to head airline body IATA

    Former IAG boss Willie Walsh will be nominated to succeed IATA Director General Alexandre de Juniac, who is stepping down in March, the global ...
  6. Willie Walsh Chief Executive of International Airlines Group (IAG) attends the Europe Aviation Summ

    Tough start for new boss of BA-owner as Walsh bows out

    With an enviable reputation, IAG's CEO Willie Walsh would be a hard act to follow at the best of times, but his successor Luis Gallego will have ...
  7. Airplanes at Chateauroux airport in France

    BA owner IAG to raise US$3.3 billion to ride out COVID crisis

    British Airways owner IAG plans to raise 2.75 billion euros (US$3.27 billion/£2.48 billion) from shareholders to repair the coronavirus-sized ...