Lufthansa Group delivered a €677 million ($812.4 million) net profit for the first half of 2018, up slightly (0.7%) from €672 million net profit a year ago, however flight cancellations and expansion of LCC Eurowings burdened group earnings. The German carrier said the results were primarily attributed to strong growth and a simultaneous improvement in unit revenues. “Achieving both simultaneously is a significant success,” CFO Ulrik Svensson said, adding ...

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