A "steep fall" in fares and weak domestic demand helped sink Finnair to a €20.7 million ($30.6 million) third-quarter loss, widened 16.3% from a €17.8 million deficit in the year-ago period, and left the carrier admitting it "still has a long way to go before its corporate structures and the operating conditions they create are sustainably competitive." The "poor demand and price levels" in Finland mean Finnair is dependent on its Asian business, which now accounts for more than ...

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