Lufthansa Group posted a first-quarter net loss of €459 million ($605.1 million), widened 16.5% from a net loss of €394 million in the year-ago period. The company cited expenses for severance pay and compensation as part of the SCORE job cuts, as well as impairment losses and valuation effects, for the results. Its full-year earnings outlook for the year remains unchanged. ...

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