Bogota, Colombia-based Avianca Holdings posted a 2017 third-quarter $36.1 million net profit, down 4.5% from $37.8 million in 3Q 2016, as the airline realized $17.1 million in losses from the first 10 days of what would become a 51-day strike by over half of Avianca’s pilots.  The pilots’ action terminated Nov. 10, after a ruling by the Supreme Court of Bogota upheld Avianca’s contention that the strike was illegal according to the Colombian constitution, which ...

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