Aegean Pins Hopes On Second-Half Recovery

Aegean Airbus A320
Credit: Rob Finlayson
Aegean Airlines is hoping for a meaningful recovery of air traffic in the second half of 2021 after disclosing a pre-tax net loss of €297 million ($354 million) for 2020. The Greek flag-carrier, which was profitable before the coronavirus crisis hit, has continued taking delivery of new Airbus...

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