Stronger performances in Asia and Latin America were two of the main factors behind  the Air France-KLM group of airlines posting net profits of €552 million ($643 million) for 3Q 2017, up 1.5% on the year-ago period. While passenger unit revenue improved 3.7% overall compared to a year previously, the stand-out figures were in long-haul, where premium class unit revenues rose by 8.3%, compared to a 3.1% rise in economy class. The improvement continued to be driven mainly by the ...

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