CSA Czech Airlines reported a final net profit of 324.2 million koruna ($13.8 million) for 2004, four times higher than 2003 results. The figure was larger than originally estimated owing to higher earnings from abroad, the company said. "Despite the very turbulent environment of air transport, we managed to increase our profit and operational results and thanks to the modernization of our fleet, we have become a highly competitive airline on the European market," President and Chairman ...

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