Lufthansa, which reports complete results today, said it had an operating profit of €253 million ($312 million) for the first half ended June 30 compared to an operating profit of €33 million in the year-ago period. Net profit was €0.2 million, down from a profit of €39 million in 2004, but last year's six-month result was boosted by book profits of €292 during the first quarter from the sale of LH's stake in Amadeus. Revenues rose 2.4% in the 2005 first half ...

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