Germany-based airberlin has reported an €89.1 million ($99 million) net loss for the 2016 second quarter, widened from a €37.5 million loss in 2Q 2015. For the first half, the carrier reported a €271.5 million loss, deepened from a 1H loss of €247.6 million year-over-year (YOY). Airberlin CEO Stefan Pichler said that while airberlin delivered on its goal to improve its cost structure, the 2016 2Q was more challenging than expected on volumes and yield. “The demand, ...

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