Citing "targeted management of sales and marketing," CSA Czech Airlines said yesterday that its ability to sell higher-priced tickets was the primary driver behind a profit of CZK563 million ($30.2 million) in the first nine months of 2007, reversed from a CZK323 million deficit in the year-ago period. The airline's OK 2006-2008 turnaround plan forecasted a 2007 profit of CZK40 million. According to International Accounting Standards, CSA's nine-month net was $9.8 million on a 10.5% increase ...

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