Shares in the newly merged British Airways-Iberia company started trading this morning, as the International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG).
The newly formed IAG joined the FTSE 100 group of companies on the London Stock Exchange, after trading in BA shares was suspended on Friday.
IAG, headed up by former BA chief Willie Walsh, is also listed on the Madrid stock exchange.
The merged airline will continue flying under the two separate brands, with BA’s former chief financial officer Keith Williams now CEO of the UK carrier.
The first challenge for the newly merged airline will be dealing with a fresh round of strikes by cabin crew.
Union Unite announced on Friday that its members had voted in favour of further walk-outs.