The airline division of UK travel operator Thomas Cook Group weathered summer European aviation disruptions to post a 37% profit growth to £129 million ($150 million) for the financial year ended Sept. 30. “The European aviation market was marked by disruption in summer 2018 caused by delays of the registration of new aircraft, shortage on spare parts, and an air traffic control system that was not fully prepared for the strong growth,” the group said. These events ...

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