CSA Czech Airlines said it will avoid entering the high season "in a hole for the first time in several years" thanks to a CZK122 million ($5.8 million) first-quarter loss that was CZK500 million better than forecast in its business plan, which projected a deficit similar to that incurred in the first three months of 2006. "In terms of revenue, the first three months are problematic for all airlines. In that time period we achieved better revenue and greater cost savings than planned," ...

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