Invest in International Consolidated Airlines Group

There are many methods you can use to invest in the well-known airline, International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG). This page explains each of them and provides links to relevant guides and practical advice.
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Updated: May 27, 2021

Ways to invest in International Consolidated Airlines Group

The simplest option is usually to get shares via an online stock broker. This is a popular service that allows you to quickly trade stocks with low transaction fees. 

There are plenty of other options when investing in IAG, such as a mutual fund that holds IAG shares. We have formulated a detailed list below with relevant links that provide extra information should you need it.

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What is International Consolidated Airlines Group?

International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) is an airline operator formed by the merger of UK-based British Airways and Spanish airline Iberia in 2011. The company has expanded since then with numerous acquisitions, including Aer Lingus in 2015 and most recently Air Europa in 2020. IAG reported £25.5 billion in revenue last year.

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How to invest in International Consolidated Airlines Group

We’ve compiled an assortment of approaches you can use to get exposure to IAG. Follow the links to our guides on each investing approach for more detailed information.

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Charlie Hancox
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