Air France-KLM reported revenues of €5.8 billion in its fiscal first quarter ended June 30, an increase of 11.9% on the year-ago period. "This very good performance was driven by all sectors and especially by the passenger business," the carrier said. Passenger revenues increased 12.6% to €4.34 billion with traffic rising 7.7% to 49.59 billion RPKs against a 5% hike in capacity to 60.84 billion ASKs. Load factor improved 2 points to 81.5%. Yield rose 4.5% to €8.76 cents ...

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