Finnair (AY) reported a second-quarter loss of €19.8 million ($24.9 million), a 13.9% improvement over the €23 million loss recorded year-over-year.
Finnair A340-300. By Rob Finlayson Finnair (AY) reported a second-quarter loss of €19.8 million ($24.9 million), a 13.9% improvement over the €23 million loss recorded year-over-year. Turnover was up 10.2% to €594.4 million from €539.4 million in the year-ago period. As a result, operating income moved into positive territory to €14.7 million, reversed from a loss of €13.8 million in the year-ago period. This was despite a significant 19.9% increase in ...
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