Aegean Airlines earned a €13.4 million ($19.2 million) profit in the first half of 2009, more than double the €5.5 million reported in the year-ago semester. Revenue rose 5% to €275.4 million. It cited falling oil prices and reduced maintenance and fuel costs associated with its recent fleet renewal. It took delivery of eight A320 family aircraft during the six-month period. Aegean transported 2.9 million passengers, up 9%, boosted by a 20% gain in international boardings ...

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