Swiss International Air Lines (LX) is expecting a much more moderate growth rate in 2012 because of the weakness of the European economy.
Swiss International Air Lines (LX) is expecting a much more moderate growth rate in 2012 because of the weakness of the European economy. LX CEO Harry Hohmeister told ATW in Addis Ababa last week that the airline expects a flat growth rate in terms of passengers for the winter schedule season, compared to the same period last year, as well as a single-digit percent growth for summer 2012. “LX is very flexible and we have shown our flexibility already in 2009/10,” said ...
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