Aegean Airlines A320. By Rob Finlayson Aegean Airlines (A3) has reported a first-half net loss of €38.5 million ($48.3 million), widened 94% from a €19.8 million loss in the 2011 first half. First-half revenue was €269.4 million, a 9% drop over the same period last year. The airline said political uncertainty deterred international visitors from traveling to Greece—particularly to Athens—during the period of two consecutive elections, while the worsening ...

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