TAP has delivered a €57-million net profit in 2009, recovering from a €209-million loss the year before. Reduced fuel costs and other measures helped TAP offset the €283-million drop in revenue last year from 2008 levels. Fuel savings alone were enough to offset the revenue decline, the airline says, but capacity cuts and other steps helped generate a further €201 million in savings.

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