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British Airways Falls Into the Red


British Airways has announced a loss of 148 million pounds for the last three months. Laura Bundock reports.

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Not long ago, BA was flying high and making millions, but the turbulent global economy has seen its profits plunge. And even the last three months gearing up to the lucrative holiday season have failed to lift the downward trend.
"Unless this airline can very very quickly change and adapt to a market which may never be the same again, never be as strong as it was in 2006 and 2005. Then I'm afraid British Airways' problems will continue."

British Airways is facing a number of difficulties. Demand for air travel is dropping during the recession. And the airline has been hit hard by a fall in premium passengers with first class and business bookings down 15%. BA's vast workforce of 40,000 has also added to the overheads. Wages alone cost a whopping 2.2 billion pounds. And rising fuel costs remain a problem as the price of oil hits a record high last year. In response, BA is taking action, scrapping meals on short-haul flights, cutting thousands of jobs and more controversially, asking staff to work for free this month. BA boss Willie Walsh did but relatively few followed his example. He also wants to renegotiate every employee's contract, something that could well cause strikes.  These are dark days for aviation, BA desperately needs to settle its staff dispute and streamline its operations if it's to limit the damage in the months ahead.


the lucrative holiday season 黄金假期

premium passengers 高端乘客

short-haul flights 短途航班

to the overheads 运营经费

 

 

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Not long ago, BA was flying high and making millions but the turbulent global economy has seen its profits plunge and even the last 3 months gearing up to the lucrative holiday season a failed to live to the downward trend.
"/ Airline can very very quickly change and adapt to a / which may never be the same again, never be as strong as it was in 2006 and 2005. Then I / the problems will continue."
British Airways is facing a number of difficulties: demand for air travel is dropping during the recession and the airlines been hit hard by a falling premier passengers with first class and business bookings down 15%. BA's vast workforce for 40,000 has also added to the overheads weighed alone cost / 2.2 billion pounds. And rising fuel costs remain a problem as the price of oil hit a record high last year.
In response, BA's taking action. Scraping meals on shorter flights; Cutting thousands of jobs and more controversially, asking staff to work for free this month. BA boss Willie Walsh / for relatively few followed his example. He also wants to renegotiate every employee's contract, something that could well causes strikes.
This is a dark day for aviation. BA desperately needs to set its staff dispute and streamline its operations if it's to limit the damage in the month ahead.
Laura Bundock, Sky News
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Not long ago, BA was flying high and making billions, but the turbulent global economy receives a profits plunge. And even the last three months gearing up lucrative holiday season would fail to lift the downwards trend.
“Unless this airline can very very quickly change and adapt to our market which may never be the same again, never be as strong as it was 2006 and 5. \ problem will continue.”
British airway is facing a number of difficulties. Demand in the air travel is dropping during this recession. And the airline has been hit hard by a falling \ passengers with first class and business bookings down 15%. BA’s vast work forces 40,000 has also added to the overheads, wages alones cost the working 2.2 billion Pounds. And rising fuel oil cost remain a problem as price of oil is a record high last year. In response, BA’s taking actions, scrapping meals on short-term flights, cutting thousands of jobs and more controversially, asking staff to work for free this month. BA’s boss \ who relatively be viewed followed his example. He also wanted to renegotiate every employee’s contract, something that could well cause strikes. Being in a dark day for navigation, BA desperately needs to settle its staff’s dispute and \ its operations with it to limit the damage the month ahead.
Laura Bundock. SKY NEWS.
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Not long ago, BA was flying high and making millions but the turbulent global economy has seen its profits plunge and even the last 3 months gearing up to the lucrative holiday season a failed to live to the downward trend.
"This Airline can very very quickly change and adapt to a ***which may never be the same again, never be as strong as it was in 2006 and 2005. Then I pridicted the problems will continue."
British Airways is facing a number of difficulties: demand for air travel is dropping during the recession and the airlines been hit hard by a falling premier passengers with first class and business bookings down 15%. BA's vast workforce for 40,000 has also added to the overheads weighed alone cost of over 2.2 billion pounds. And rising fuel costs remain a problem as the price of oil hit a record high last year.
In response, BA's taking action. Scraping meals on shorter flights; Cutting thousands of jobs and more controversially, asking staff to work for free this month. BA boss Willie Walsh  for relatively few followed his example. He also wants to renegotiate every employee's contract, something that could well causes strikes.
This is a dark day for aviation. BA desperately needs to set its staff dispute and streamline its operations if it's to limit the damage in the month ahead.
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Not long ago, BA was flying high and making millions, but the turbulent global economy has seen its profits plunge. And even the last three months gearing up lucrative holiday season were failed to lift the downwards trend.
"Unless this airline can very very quickly change and adapt to our market which may never be the same again, never be as strong as it was in 2006 and 5. Then I promise you that British Airway's problem will continue."
British Airway is facing a number of difficulties. Demand in the air travel is dropping during this recession. And the airline has been hit hard by a falling in premium passengers with first class and business bookings down 15%. BA's vast work force of 40,000 has also added to the overheads, wages alone cost the worrying 2.2 billion Pounds. And rising fuel costs remain a problem as price of oil hits a record high last year. In response, BA's taking action, scrapping meals on short-term flights, cutting thousands of jobs and more controversially, asking staff to work for free this month. BA boss \ who relatively be viewed followed his example. He also wanted to renegotiate every employee's contract, something that could well cause strikes. Being in a dark day for navigation, BA desperately needs to settle its staff's dispute and streamline its operations if it's to limit the damage the month ahead.
Laura Bundock. SKY NEWS.
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Not long ago, BA was flying high and making millions. but the turbulent global economy has seen its profits plunge and even the last 3 months gearing up to the lucrative holiday season a failed to live to the downward trend.
" UnlessAirline can very very quickly change and adapt to a a marketwhich may never be the same again, never be as strong as it was in 2006 and 2005. Then I pridicted British Airway problems will continue."
British Airways is facing a number of difficulties: demand for air travel is dropping during the recession and the airline’sbeen hit hard by a falling premier passengers with first class and business bookings down 15%. BA's vast workforce of40,000 has also added to the overheads, wagesalone cost of *** 2.2 billion pounds. And rising fuel costs remain a problem as the price of oil hit a record high last year.
In response, BA's taking action. Scraping meals on shorter flights; Cutting thousands of jobs and more controversially, asking staff to work for free this month. BA boss Willie Walsh  for relatively few followed his example. He also wants to renegotiate every employee's contract, something that could well cause strikes.
This is a dark day for aviation. BA desperately needs to set its staff dispute and streamline its operations if it's to limit the damage in the month ahead.
****, Sky News
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Not long ago,BA was flying high and making millions.But the turbulent global economy has see its profits plunge.And even the last 3 months gearing up to the lucrative holiday season failed to live to the downward trend.Less this airline can very very quickly change and adapt to a market which may never be the same again,never be a strong as it was in 2006 and 2005.* The British airway problems will continue.British airway is facing a number of difficulties.Dmand for air travel is dropping during the recession airline has been hit hard by falling premium passengers with first-class and business bookings down 15%.BA's vast workforce of 40,000 has also added to the overheads.Wages alone cost a wopping 2.2 billion pounds and the rising fuel costs remain a problem as the price of oil hit a record high last year. In response,BA's taking action.Scrapping meals on shorter flights cutting thousands of jobs and more controversially asking staffs to work for free this month.BA boss WIllie Walsh but relatively feel followed his example.He also wants to re-negotiate every employee's contract,something could well cause strikes. Being a dark day for aviation,BA desperately needs to settle its staff dispute and streamline its operations if it's to limit the damage in the month ahead.Laura Bundock.Sky News.
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Not long ago, BA was flying high and making millions, but the turbulent global economy has seen its profits plunge. And even the last three months gearing up to the lucrative holiday season were failed to lift the downward trend.
"Unless this airline can very very quickly change and adapt to a market which may never be the same again, never be as strong as it was in 2006 and 5. Then I'm afraid British Airways' problems will continue."
British Airways is facing a number of difficulties. Demand for air travel is dropping during the recession. And the airline has been hit hard by a fall in premium passengers with first class and business bookings down 15%. BA's vast work force of 40,000 has also added to the overheads, wages alone cost the warping 2.2 billion pounds. And rising fuel costs remain a problem as the price of oil hits a record high last year. In response, BA's taking action, scrapping meals on short-route flights, cutting thousands of jobs and more controversially, asking staff to work for free this month. BA boss \ who relatively feel followed his example. He also wants to renegotiate every employee's contract, something that could well cause strikes.  These are dark days for aviation, BA desperately needs to settle its staff dispute and streamline its operations if it's to limit the damage in the month ahead.
Laura Bundock. SKY NEWS.
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Not long ago, BA was flying high and making millions, but the turbulent global economy has seen its profits plunge. And even the last three months gearing up to the lucrative holiday season have failed to lift the downward trend.
"Unless this airline can very very quickly change and adapt to our market which may never be the same again, never be as strong as it was in 2006 and 5. Then I'm afraid British Airway's problems will continue."
British Airway is facing a number of difficulties. Demand for air travel is dropping during the recession. And the airline has been hit hard by a fall in premium passengers with first class and business bookings down 15%. BA's vast workforce of 40,000 has also added to the overheads, wages alone cost the whooping 2.2 billion Pounds. And rising fuel costs remain a problem as the price of oil hit a record high last year. In response, BA's taking action, scrapping meals on short-haul flights, cutting thousands of jobs and more controversially, asking staff to work for free this month. BA boss Willie Walsh did, but relatively few followed his example. He also wanted to renegotiate every employee's contract, something that could well cause strikes. These are dark days for aviation, BA desperately needs to settle its staff's dispute and streamline its operations if it's to limit the damage in the month ahead.

Laura Bundock, Sky News.
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Not long ago, BA was flying high and making millions, but the turbulent global economy has seen its profits plunge. And even the last three months gearing up lucrative holiday season were failed to lift the downwards trend.
"Unless this airline can very very quickly change and adapt to our market which may never be the same again, never be as strong as it was in 2006 and 5. Then I pridicted the problems will continue."
British Airway is facing a number of difficulties. Demand in the air travel is dropping during this recession. And the airline has been hit hard by a falling in premium passengers with first class and business bookings down 15%. BA's vast work force of 40,000 has also added to the overheads, wages alone cost the worrying 2.2 billion Pounds. And rising fuel costs remain a problem as price of oil hits a record high last year. In response, BA's taking action, scrapping meals on short-term flights, cutting thousands of jobs and more controversially, asking staff to work for free this month. BA boss * who relatively be viewed followed his example. He also wanted to renegotiate every employee's contract, something that could well cause strikes. This is a dark day for navigation, BA desperately needs to settle its staff's dispute and streamline its operations, if it's to limit the damage the month ahead.
Laura Bundock. Sky News.
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Not long ago, BA was flying high and making millions, but the turbulent global economy has seen its profits plunge. And even the last three months gearing up to the lucrative holiday season he failed to lift the downward trend.
"Unless this airline can very very quickly change and adapt to a market which may never be the same again, never be as strong as it was in 2006 and 5. Then I'm afraid British Airways' problems will continue."
British Airways is facing a number of difficulties. Demand for air travel is dropping during the recession. And the airline has been hit hard by a fall in premium passengers with first class and business bookings down 15%. BA's vast work force of 40,000 has also added to the overheads, wages alone cost the warping 2.2 billion pounds. And rising fuel costs remain a problem as the price of oil hits a record high last year. In response, BA is taking action, scrapping meals on short-route flights, cutting thousands of jobs and more controversially, asking staff to work for free this month. BA boss \ who relatively refute to follow his example. He also wants to renegotiate every employee's contract, something that could will cause strikes.  These are dark days for aviation, BA desperately needs to settle its staff dispute and streamline its operations if it's to limit the damage in the month ahead.
Laura Bundock. SKY NEWS.
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Not long ago, BA was flying high and making millions, but the turbulent global economy has seen its profits plunge. And even the last three months gearing up to the lucrative holiday season have failed to lift the downward trend.
"Unless this airline can very very quickly change and adapt to
a
market which may never be the same again, never be as strong as it was in 2006 and 5, then I'm afraid British Airway's problems will continue."
British Airway is facing a number of difficulties. Demand for air travel is dropping during the recession. And the airline has been hit hard by a fall in premium passengers with first class and business bookings down 15%. BA's vast workforce of 40,000 has also added to the overheads, wages alone cost the
whopping 2.2 billion Pounds. And rising fuel costs remain a problem as the price of oil hit a record high last year. In response, BA's taking action, scrapping meals on short-haul flights, cutting thousands of jobs and more controversially, asking staff to work for free this month. BA boss Willie Walsh did, but relatively few followed his example. He also wanted to renegotiate every employee's contract, something that could well cause strikes. These are dark days for aviation, BA desperately needs to settle its staff/ dispute and streamline its operations if it's to limit the damage in the months
ahead.

Laura Bundock, Sky News.
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Not long ago,BA was flying high and making millions but the turbulent globally economy has seen its profit plunge,and even the last three months, gearing up to the lucrative holiday seasons have failed to lift to the downward trend.
“Unless the airlines can very very quickly change and adapt to a market which will may never be the same again , never be as strong as it was it in two thousand six and five.Then I’m afraid British Airway’s problems will continue.
British Airway is facing a number of difficulities .Demand for air traveling is droping during the recession, and the airline has been hit hard by a falling premium passengers. With first class and business booking down fifteen percent.BA’s vast work force a forty thousand as also added to the overheads, wages alone cost a whopping 2.2 billions pounds and rising fuel cost remained a problem as the price of oil hits a record high last year.In response ,BA is taking actions.Scrapping meal on the short-haul flights cutting thousands of jobs and more controversially asking staff to work for free this month.
BA boss Willie Walsh did but relatively feel follow his example.He also want to renegotiate every employees contracts something that could well cost strikes.Here is a dark days for aviation .BA desperately need to settle its staff dispute and streamline its operations if it’s to limit the damage in the month ahead.
Laura Bundock,Sky News.
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Not long ago, BA was flying high and making millions, but the turbulent global economy has seen its profits plunge. And even the last three months gearing up to the lucrative holiday season have failed to lift the downward trend.
"Unless this airline can very very quickly change and adapt to a market which may never be the same again, never be as strong as it was in 2006 and 5. Then I'm afraid British Airways' problems will continue."
British Airways is facing a number of difficulties. Demand for air travel is dropping during the recession. And the airline has been hit hard by a fall in premium passengers with first class and business bookings down 15%. BA's vast work force of 40,000 has also added to the overheads, wages alone cost the warping 2.2 billion pounds. And rising fuel costs remain a problem as the price of oil hits a record high last year. In response, BA is taking action, scrapping meals on short-route flights, cutting thousands of jobs and more controversially, asking staff to work for free this month. BA boss Willie Walsh did but relatively few, followed his example. He also wants to renegotiate every employee's contract, something that could well cause strikes.  These are dark days for aviation, BA desperately needs to settle its staff dispute and streamline its operations if it's to limit the damage in the month ahead.
Laura Bundock. SKY NEWS.
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Not long ago, BA was flying high and making millions. But the turbulent global economy sea it profits plunch and even the last three months, gearing up to the new appreciate of holiday season, he failed to lift to the down with trend.

This is airline’s very very quickly change and adapt to the market which may never be the same again, never be as strong as it was in 2006 and 2005 then I’m afraid British airways’ problems will continue. British airway is facing a number of difficulties. To mount for air travel is dropping during recession.

The airline is been hit hard by a falling premium passengers with the first class and business buckings down 15%. BA’s vast workforce of 40 thousand is also added to the overheads. Wages is low cost worping 2.2 billion pounds and rising fuel costs remain a problem as the price of oil hit a record high last year. It response BA’s taking action, scrapping meals on short tour flights, cutting thousands of jobs, and more controversially asking staff to work for free this month.

BA boss // relatively feel followed his example. He also wants to renegotiate every employee’s contract, some thing that could well cause strikes. It’s a dark days for aviation. BA desperately needs to settle it staff dispute and streamline it operations if it limit the damage in the month ahead.
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