Lufthansa (LH) Group is considering selling subsidiary British Midland (bmi), LH executive board member and Group Airline chief officer Stefan Lauer told ATW in Vienna Monday (ATW Daily News, Sept. 1). Lauer said LH’s options include either selling the loss-making airline or creating a new partnership. Bmi reported a €63 million ($91 million) first-quarter operating loss, which followed a €145 million operating loss in 2010, owing to the crises in North Africa and the ...

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