UK-based Virgin Atlantic is seeking to become a more efficient airline as it moves steadily toward sustained profitability, CEO Craig Kreeger said. “We have become a profitable airline, although not very [profitable] yet,” Kreeger, who has been at the helm of the airline since January 2013, told the International Aviation Club of Washington DC, citing modest profitability in the last two years. Kreeger, a former American Airlines executive, has been tasked with turning around ...

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