Air France-KLM remains heavily in the red despite halving its net losses in 2013, but forecasts a “return to the path of profitable growth in 2014.” The Franco-Dutch group turned in net losses of €349 million ($478 million), a considerable improvement on 2012’s deficit of €696 million, on revenue that was 0.4% higher at €25.5 billion. ASKs grew 1.6% to 272.4 billion, while RPKs were up 2.4% to 228.3 billion. Load factor for the group stood at 83.8%, up 0.6 ...

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