Aegean Airlines A320 Aegean Airlines (A3) reported a 19.8 million euro ($28.7 million) net loss for the 2011 first half, an improvement over the 32.6 million euro deficit incurred in the year-ago period, but warned it is heading for a full-year loss as Greek economic crisis continues to bite. Second-quarter deficit was 3.5 million euro compared to the 7 million euro loss posted in the first quarter. Revenue increased 10% to 295.2 million euro with second quarter sales increasing 24% ...

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