Despite the unprecedented events of 2010 that challenged the airline industry, Austrian LCC Fly Niki President Niki Lauda told ATW in Vienna that the Air Berlin partner will report “positive results" for the year. He noted that although the airline lost nearly €12 million ($15.8 million) owing to the Icelandic volcanic disruption, it will post “six years of profit in a row” when it announces its full-year results. Lauda said Niki’s fleet will grow by a ...

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