Finnair has revised its financial forecast for the year, estimating that its 2014 turnover will be “significantly lower” than in 2013. The airline said: “The ongoing uncertain economic outlook in Europe and Asia is contributing to weak consumer demand in our main markets.” Although it acknowledged “air traffic is expected to grow moderately in 2014” in a warning to unions, it cautioned: “Finnair, however, will not be able to benefit from that growth ...

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