Spain's Vueling Airlines posted a net loss of €10.8 million ($14.2 million) last year, a slight widening of the €10.6 million loss suffered in 2005 and worse than its own forecast of a €7.1 million deficit. Results were affected by new international accounting regulations, higher-than-expected publicity expenses and costs related to its IPO. Revenues more than doubled to €235.6 million as it launched service to 18 new destinations and carried 3.5 million passengers ...

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