Worldwide Airways Group has reported an working lack of €967 million for the second quarter.
The determine is an enchancment on the lack of €2.2 billion seen in the identical interval final 12 months.
The reported working loss for the half of 2021 was thus, €2 billion.
The group – which owns Aer Lingus, British Airways and Iberia – stated passenger capability in quarter two was simply 21.9 per cent of 2019.
The determine continues to be adversely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, along with authorities restrictions and quarantine necessities.
IAG stated it presently expects to fly round 45 per cent of 2019 capability within the third quarter.
Nevertheless, this stays unsure and topic to ongoing overview, a press release defined.
Luis Gallego, IAG chief govt, stated: “Within the brief time period, our focus is on guaranteeing our operational readiness, so now we have the pliability to capitalise on an surroundings the place there’s proof of widespread pent-up demand when journey restrictions are lifted.
“That is mirrored in Iberia’s and Vueling’s outcomes.
“They have been the most effective performers inside the group within the second quarter reflecting stronger Latin American and Spanish home markets pushed by fewer journey restrictions.