Aeroflot said it plans to post a profit of RUB9.3 billion ($316 million) this year, which would be "higher than the expected level of 2008," as it moves forward with a plan and budget "taking into account the anti-crisis-management program aimed at increasing the efficiency of the operational and commercial activity." The company, which has suffered along with its competitors during the recent downturn in the Russian commercial aviation industry (ATWOnline, Dec. 15, 2008) and has been the ...

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