International Consolidated Airlines Group, which owns British Airways and Iberia, said it carried 5.7% more passengers during the month of March. Passenger volumes rose to 9.2m, while its load factor rose by 0.6 percentage points to 83.7%. Passenger growth was highest in the Latin America and the Caribbean, rising 12.5%, after the company added more flying capacity to the region. At 12:46pm: (LON:IAG) International Consolidated Airlines Group share price was -7.7p at 516.9p
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