Lufthansa yesterday released preliminary financial results for first-half 2006 that showed a profit of €85 million ($107.3 million) compared to €0.2 million in net earnings for the same period in 2005. Operating profit increased 17.4% to €297 million from €253 million, while revenues climbed 12.9% to €9.6 billion. LH said the addition of the stakes acquired in Swiss International Air Lines and the Eurowings companies should be taken into account when making ...

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