TAAG Angola Airlines posted a net loss of $12 million for the first half of 2017, substantially widened from the year-ago figure of $0.5 million. However, the airline said the increased deficit was because of a reduced fuel subsidy from the Angolan government and that operational results were considerably improved. However, the carrier said the latest results were considerably better than typical historical losses for the first half, which had exceeded $150 million in some years. In the ...

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