Finnair's second-quarter net profit plunged to an "unsatisfactory" €900,000 ($1.2 million) from the €26.4 million earned in the year-ago period as falling unit revenues and one-time charges weighed on the carrier's bottom line. The company still expects to post a full-year profit but said that figure will be below the €61.4 million earned in 2005. "Finnair is rapidly growing in strength as a player in traffic between Asia and Europe and this is reflected as a structural ...

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