British Airways loses leadership

One of the largest air carriers in Europe, the national company of Great Britain faced a tough competition, which could eject the company out of business. British Airways has serious competitors with more democratic price policy and which are not much inferior in quality of services. Among long-distance airlines, British Airways ranked fourth, behind Singapore Airlines, Emirates and Virgin Atlantic.

Over the past week, British Airways shares fell by 2.1% and will continue to decline further. Trading will be available during the European session from 07:15 to 15:40 GMT.

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