Despite 2Q Improvement, Finnair Looks For Cost Savings

Credit: Joe Pries
LONDON—Finnish flag carrier Finnair has launched a new €20 million ($23 million) cost-savings program after reporting a €1.1 million second-quarter net loss, an 82% improvement on the €6 million loss it posted in the year-ago period. “Because of changes in market conditions, we are launching a cost...

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