Air France KLM Chairman and CEO Jean-Cyril Spinetta credited the airlines' "strong" long-haul network and "ongoing group-wide efforts to contain costs" in the face of rising oil prices for a robust profit of €736 million ($1.09 billion) in the fiscal second quarter ended Sept. 30, up 96.8% from the €374 million reported in the year-ago period. "Robust global growth continues to underpin demand, especially on long-haul where our strong network remains a major advantage," Spinetta ...

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