CSA Czech Airlines lost CZK178 million ($10.2 million) in the first half of this year, a result it said was "on last year's level." However, the company reported a CZK201 million operating profit that represented a turnaround from a CZK449 million loss in the year-ago semester. President Radomir Lasak said it "managed to nearly entirely offset increased fuel costs and the impact of the strong crown by operational improvements." He said CSA expects to report a full-year profit. First-half ...

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