Finnair's fortunes are rising in the east, where a 40.6% increase in revenue from its Asian services was among several factors contributing to a €9.3 million ($12.6 million) first-quarter profit, which reversed a €4 million loss suffered in the year-ago period. "Demand is now strong both in Asian traffic and on European routes, and our market share in Europe-Asia traffic is growing," President and CEO Jukka Hienonen said. "Development of unit revenues in all types of traffic is ...

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