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Under WW leadership BA has incurred industry leading fines around the world for ticket price fixing.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/6925397.stm

plus £90 million for the cargo cartel

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/industry/8121145/British-Airways-fined-104m-for-role-in-air-cargo-cartel.html

The national embarrassment of the T5 opening. Biggest losses in its history, worst industrial relations, table topping lost baggage, complaints.

Now risking passanger lives? Thank goodness the CAA took a prudent approach and prevented flying during the volcanic ash cloud.

http://www.correntewire.com/never_trust_ceo_your_personal_well_being

Note the final comment..
“NOTE And if the CEOs had gotten their way, and even if no engines had melted, the abrasion would have weakened the aircraft skin, and the effects could have taken years to show up”

WW commenting on the airspace closure .. “gross over-reaction to a very minor risk”

Flawed judgement calls from a flawed CEO. Can Walsh be trusted?

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