When presenting Brussels Airlines' results for 2013 and outlook for this year, CEO Bernard Gustin compared the carrier's efforts to become profitable to the grueling bicycle ride to the top of 1,912-meter-high (6,273-ft.) Mont Ventoux in the French Alps. “We covered 40 to 50 percent of the slope; we still have challenges but we will get to the top,” vows Gustin, an avid cyclist. Brussels Airlines is still a youngcarrier. It was formed following the demise of Sabena in ...
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