Lufthansa Group reported a net loss of €116 million ($148.5 million) for the first quarter ended March 31 compared to a profit of €62 million in the year-ago period. The 2004 results, however, benefited from a €292 million book profit from the sale of LH's stake in Amadeus, and the company noted that its operating result improved from a deficit of €116 million last year to a negative €26 million in the 2005 quarter. "We are on the right track," said Executive ...

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