Iceland's big ambitions

December 2004
Business Travel World;Dec2004, p11
Trade Publication
Focuses on the plan of Icelandic airlines to acquire parts of the British business infrastructure. Increase in interim profits of Ryanair as of November 2004; Operating profits generated by British Airways in the third quarter of 2004; Income of the merged Air France-KLM Group as of September 2004.


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