Finnair remained unprofitable in the first quarter, but the airline’s turnaround is moving in the right direction, and the Airbus A350 will “significantly” improve the cost-competitiveness and customer experience of its long-haul traffic, the carrier’s chief executive said. The airline, which is majority-owned by the Finnish state, reported a net loss for the three months ended March 31 of €9.8 million ($11 million), compared with a €28.1 million loss in ...

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