Lufthansa reported a first-quarter net loss of €298 million ($393.9 million), widened from a €267 million deficit in the year-ago quarter, but said it is seeing "positive demand trends in the cargo and passenger businesses." First-quarter revenue lifted 16% to €5.8 billion and operating loss was €330 million, significantly widened from a €44 million operating deficit last year. In a statement issued yesterday in advance of the release of its ...

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