PARIS—French airline XL Airways has declared insolvency, citing “great financial difficulties” and stopped selling tickets, in the latest casualty to hit the French airline industry. XL Airways, which stopped selling tickets sales Sept. 19, said it would maintain flights over the weekend; however, some flights could be canceled from Sept. 23. The airline, which operates from Paris Charles de Gaulle and other French cities to U.S. and Caribbean destinations with a fleet of ...

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