EVA Air reported a first-quarter net loss of TWD331.3 million ($10 million), widened considerably from a TWD225.9 million deficit in the first three months of 2006. Revenue slipped 0.7% to TWD22.49 billion against a 0.6% decline in expenses to TWD23.02 billion. Operating loss deepened to TWD523 million from TWD514.9 million. EVA operates 18 747 passenger aircraft, Combis and freighters, 11 A330-200s, three 777-300ERs four MD-90s and 14 MD-11Fs.
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