Aegean Airlines reported a net profit of €5.5 million ($8.1 million) for the first half of 2008, down 13% from the €6.4 million it earned in the year-ago semester. Revenue rose 26% to €262.7 million on a 13% increase in passengers to 2.6 million, comprising an 8% growth in domestic enplanements and a 24% gain internationally. EBIT fell 42% to €6 million. MD Dimitris Gerogiannis said the result was helped by the gradual maturity of international routes opened during ...

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