Lufthansa subsidiary Swiss International Air Lines reported a €47 million ($69.4 million) third-quarter operating result, a 60.5% decrease from the €119 million earned in the year-ago period, and expects to post a full-year profit, while newly acquired neighbor Austrian Airlines faces deepening deficits and a cloudier future. LX carried 3.7 million passengers in the quarter, up 1.8% year-over-year, although it suffered a 3.5-point fall in load factor to 69.5%. Still, CEO Harry ...

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