Virgin Atlantic Airways recorded a £15 million ($25 million) net loss in 2013, narrowed from £82 million for 2012. The result was achieved on revenues of £2.58 billion, up 3.6% on 2012’s £2.49 billion. The 2012 figures are pro-forma statistics, designed to give a comparison with 2013 after Virgin Atlantic Group parent changed its financial reporting period to coincide with the calendar year. Group CEO Craig Kreeger said that 2013 saw “good progress ...

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