"Ever-higher" fuel costs, striking employees, steeper taxes and what Air France KLM described as a "negative impact from the revaluation of derivative instruments" weighed heavily on the company's profit in the fiscal third quarter ended Dec. 31, although its operating result remained robust. The airline group reported net earnings of €139 million ($202.6 million) for the three-month period, down 39.3% from €229 million earned in the year-ago quarter. Revenue rose 3.9% to ...

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