Air France KLM Group said revenue in the fiscal first quarter ended June 30 plunged 20.5% year-over-year to €5.19 billion ($7.37 billion), reflecting continuation of the January-March trend and "in line with our expectations." Revenue in the passenger business fell 18.7% to €4.01 billion on the back of a 4.7% reduction in capacity, a 5.8% drop in traffic and a 14.5% decline in yield. Cargo revenue plummeted 41.5% to €544 million on a 22.7% decrease in traffic and 17.2% cut ...

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