Lufthansa Group reported a first-half net loss of €79 million ($106 million), narrowed from a net loss of €203 million in the year-ago period. The airline group said the improved results were due to the positive impact of the new depreciation policy for aircraft and spare engines, which was adopted at the beginning of the year, and enhanced cost structures in the passenger business segment. First-half revenue fell 2.1% to €14.2 billion; the group reported a first-half ...

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