Lufthansa (LH) Group is working with British Midland (bmi) management to produce a long-term business plan that will return the UK airline to profitability. LH executive board member and Group Airline chief officer Stefan Lauer told ATW that bmi, which is owned by LH Group, had been affected by the recent North African/Middle East crises as well as the weak UK market. Bmi reported a €63 million ($91 million) first-quarter operating loss, which followed an operating loss of €145 ...

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