Aegean Airlines A320. By Rob Finlayson Greek carrier Aegean Airlines (A3) reported after-tax losses of €8.7 million ($11.3 million) for the first nine months, deepened from a €2.72 million loss in the year-ago period. Revenue was €511.3 million, down 5% year-over-year. The airline blamed high oil prices and the strength of the US dollar against the euro, as well as persistent weakness in domestic demand. “Local consumer trends and business sentiment continue ...

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