Air France-KLM posted a second-quarter operating profit of €400 million ($446 million), a nearly 16% increase from €346 million a year ago, as revenue gains and lower unit costs offset a higher fuel bill. The results came a day after the group signed an MOU for 60 Airbus A220s and as its pilots approved fleet growth plans for LCC subsidiary Transavia France. Total revenue at constant currency was up 4.5% year-over-year (YOY) to €7 billion. Passenger unit revenue rose 0.8% as ...

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