Air France-KLM Group recorded a 2016 first-half net loss of €114 million ($125 million), compared to a deficit of €638 million in the year-ago period. First-half revenue was down 2.6% at €11.8 billion. The Franco-Dutch company said there had been a “clear deterioration” in the financial situation in 2Q with revenue down 5.2% to €6.22 billion, as a result of increasing pressures on unit revenues. There was also a negative effect because of the weakening of ...

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