Lufthansa Group recorded a 2018 net profit of €2.2 billion ($2.5 billion), down 7.6% from €2.3 billion in 2017. Revenues grew 6% to €35.8 billion ($41 billion) in 2018; its adjusted operating profit declined by 4% to €2.8 billion. The company incurred €850 million in higher fuel costs and around €500 million in extra expenses because of cancellations and delays. Startup costs for the integration of former airberlin assets into Eurowings amounted to around ...

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