Admitting that "conditions for profitable business are increasingly marginal," Finnair reported a €17.3 million third-quarter loss, reversed from a €39.6 million profit in the three-month period ended Sept. 30, 2007. "What is usually our best quarter of the year fell far short of expectations," President and CEO Jukka Hienonen said, citing high fuel prices and the fact that "aircraft are increasingly filled with leisure passengers who pay less for their tickets." Third-quarter ...

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