Finnair is "heading in the right direction," according to CEO Jukka Hienonen, as the carrier yesterday reported a second-quarter profit of €25.8 million ($35.5 million) that compares to €0.4 million in earnings during the year-ago period. It continues to expect a full-year operating result (EBIT excluding capital gains and changes in the fair value of derivatives) of more than €70 million. It reported an €11.2 million profit on a similar basis last year. "Unit costs ...

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