Vueling Airlines reported a net profit of €350,000 ($498,750) for the third quarter, a sharp decrease from the €5.02 million earned in the year-ago period. "This reduction is completely driven by a fare decrease of 22% which could not be completely offset by improvement in all other fundamental magnitudes that drive the profit and loss account," the LCC said. Vueling operated 21 A320s on 54 routes at the end of the reporting period versus 14 aircraft on 38 routes a year earlier. ...

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