Air France-KLM reported a first-half net loss of €638 million ($700.3 million), widened from a loss of €619 million in the year-ago period. The Franco-Dutch group said “exceptional volatility” in fuel process and currency exchange fluctuations, plus pressure on unit revenues, led to the increased losses. Revenue in the first half rose 2.4% to €12.3 billion, while passenger numbers were up 1% at 42.6 million. ASKS rose a slim 0.3% year-over-year due to strict ...

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