Despite Quarterly Loss, Air France-KLM Sees First Signs Of Recovery
PARIS—Air France-KLM posted a net loss of €1.49 billion ($1.77 billion) for the 2021 second quarter (Q2) but observed inklings of recovery as travel restrictions eased in several key regions. The SkyTeam alliance member also sounded a hopeful note that prospects for transatlantic travel would soon...
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