SkyEurope Airlines suffered a €16.8 million ($24.8 million) loss in the fiscal third quarter ended June 30, widened from a €5.1 million deficit in the year-ago quarter, as high fuel prices offset the company's continuing efforts to cut costs and streamline its operation. The airline said it responded by raising fares and cutting capacity in addition to eliminating "poor performing" routes (ATWOnline, July 23), but revenue rose just 0.1% year-over-year to €67.9 million and ...

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