Austrian Airlines narrowed its first-quarter adjusted net loss before taxes to €67.7 million ($83.7 million) from €76.8 million in the year-ago period as increases in traffic, load factor and revenue were offset by rising fuel costs. The net figure is adjusted for profits or losses relating to asset disposal, exchange rate valuations and revaluation of aircraft. Revenues climbed 18.2% to €546.8 million against a 10.6% rise in expenses to €615.7 million. Austrian said ...

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