From the top down, from its very first flight to the final destination.
From the top-to-bottom, the British Airways Group operates over 180,000 flights and is headquartered in Birmingham, a city with a population of about 1.5 million.
The airline is a leading European airline with a number of international destinations.
The group’s biggest asset is its low fares, but the company also has a number the biggest challenges.
Its low-cost carriers are not profitable, according to a recent PricewaterhouseCoopers study, and it is struggling to get new air passengers into the market.
The BV group has struggled to find a profitable way to compete with the likes of United and Virgin, two of the leading low-fare carriers in Europe.
BV is also the subject of the latest controversy involving its CEO.
It was revealed last week that BV paid $7 million to settle a lawsuit brought by the Justice Department.
The case, which was settled last week, involved allegations that BVS had manipulated data to gain more than $3 billion in sales by marketing its lowest-cost service as the lowest price.
The Justice Department accused BVS of making false statements to consumers, and the company has said it is cooperating with the investigation.
British Airways Group CEO David Dolan, left, and his brother David, right, arrive at the company’s London headquarters.
Sources: RTE, Reuters, RTE via Reuters, AP