BRUSSELS—finnair continued to improve its financial and operational performance, despite a more challenging market and increased costs associated with delays in Airbus A350 deliveries, and the recruiting and training of flight crew. The Helsinki-based airline needs to absorb estimated annual costs of €20–25 million ($21.8–27.3 million) due to the A350 issues, CEO Pekka Vauramo told analysts during the company’s third-quarter earnings call Oct. 26. Due to changes ...

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