LOT Polish Airlines is postponing its second tranche of state aid as it continues to boost profits. At the end of August, the state-owned carrier exceeded its cumulative operating breakeven point, in line with its restructuring plan. “LOT continues to perform as predicted in the annual financial forecast,” it said in a statement. “This means that by the end of 2014, the airline will reach the result on its core business of PLN70 million ($21.2 million) in the black. This is ...

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