Vueling Airlines is predicting another full-year profit after reporting a 72.2% year-over-year improvement in its first-quarter net loss to €6.3 million ($8.2 million) from the €22.6 million reported in the year-ago period. It cited its restructuring plan aimed at increasing revenue per flight and decreasing its overall cost base. "The company expects for the combination of higher revenues and lower costs to significantly improve its Q2 margin with regards to the same period last ...

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