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Tuesday, August 09, 2011

British Airways - Growth

The profitability of BA is back in the black. The parasite feeds. How was it done? Growth. That's the way business works. The only way that a business can grow and buy the new stock of aircraft to flourish, notwithstanding the alleged 'global fuel crisis' (create a shortage and raise prices is standard procedure for a parasite - DA) is to sting the passenger. The lifeblood of the business. The consumer is paying for the growth of the business that they use. In business this is fair.

The consumer pays well over their
need as 'value' includes future
profitability and growth