Greece’s Aegean Airlines saw its 2016 first-half results slip into the red, recording a net loss of €23.7 million ($26.3 million) compared to a net profit of €14.8 million a year ago. Revenue for the period was flat at €403.5 million, compared to €403.6 million in the year-ago half. First-half passenger numbers for Aegean and subsidiary Olympic Air rose 5%, from 4.96 million to 5.22 million year-over-year, but load factor dipped from 73.4% a year ago to 71% because ...

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