Air Baltic Takes Steps To Restore Profits

Air Baltic plans cuts in its employment base and 15% staff reductions in an attempt to return to profitability by 2014, says its new CEO, Martin Gauss. The airline expects losses to continue for another two years. Unaudited figures for 2011 show a loss of 77 million lats ($145 million). The airline...

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