Air Greenland reported pre-tax earnings of DKK73.2 million ($15.4 million) in 2007, a result it said was "considerably better than anticipated" but that represented a 2.4% decrease from the DKK75 million profit earned in 2006. It cited a "high level" of charter activity and an increase in domestic passengers as plusses but said it suffered low load factors on routes to and from Copenhagen and Baltimore. The latter service, operated during the summer season, has been cancelled as a result of ...

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