German leisure carrier Condor expects to gain clarity over its future ownership in January, around four months after entering a special restructuring scheme. The airline, formerly part of the Thomas Cook Group, which collapsed Sept. 23, posted improved results for the 2018-19 financial year ended Sept. 30. Revenue was up 6% year-over-year to €1.67 billion and operating profit before special items reached €57 million, a 32% increase. Nonbinding offers for the carrier should arrive ...

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