Low-cost carrier (LCC) flydubai reduced its deficit for the 2016 first half, registering a net loss of AED89.9 million ($24.5 million), a 39% improvement on the same period a year ago. The Dubai-based LCC achieved the result on revenue of AED2.3 billion, up 5.4% year-on-year. Passenger numbers were up 16.5% to 4.9 million, while business class passengers grew 19% compared to a year previously, although no actual figures were announced. Flydubai operates a small business cabin to boost ...

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