The market conditions that forced European heavyweights Air France KLM and British Airways to warn of steep operating losses appear to have bypassed Germany, where Lufthansa yesterday raised its full-year operating profit projection to €1.3 billion ($1.66 billion) from the previous €1.1 billion. The carrier reported a €1.38 billion operating profit in 2007. Last month, BA said it expected to suffer a £150 million ($214.4 million) operating loss in its fiscal year ...

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