Air France-KLM has enjoyed the same strong rebound in fortunes as its fellow network carriers, reporting a positive operating income of €444 million ($601 million) for the first half of 2010, prompting it to revise its full-year outlook upward. The positive result compares sharply with the €543 million loss in the first six months of last year. The group had been projecting a break-even for the 2010 full year, but says that given the improving conditions it now aims to post an operating ...
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