Reiterating the fact that it considers 2006 an "interim year" in its development, Finnair yesterday reported a full-year net loss of €13 million ($16.8 million), a reversal from the €62 million profit earned in 2005, as one-time expenses related to its €80 million restructuring program, high fuel prices and its loss-making Aviation Services division weighed on the bottom line. President and CEO Jukka Hienonen said the airline expects "a significant improvement in the ...

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