Martinair posted a €7 million ($9.5 million) net loss in 2006, reversed from a profit of €14 million in 2005, as both its cargo and passenger activities were impacted by high fuel prices. Operating loss was €17 million compared to a prior-year operating profit of €22 million. Turnover climbed 9.1% to €1.2 billion. Passenger revenue rose 10% to €377 million but the operation suffered a loss of €15 million, widened from €7 million in 2005. Cargo ...

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