Computer rendering of A320neos in Avianca and Taca liveries. Courtesy, Airbus AviancaTaca Holdings reported a second-quarter net profit of COP$8.8 billion ($4.9 million), more than triple its year-ago profit. The company said the second-quarter results “reflect the impact of adjustments in maintenance cost estimates and changes in the valuation methodology applied to frequent flyer miles.” Second-quarter operating revenue was COP$1.8 trillion ($1 billion), up ...

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