Air France-KLM has reported a €216 million ($236 million) first-quarter net loss, widened from a €155 million loss in the year-ago period. The group said first quarter trading was “resilient” and that unit revenues had begun to stabilize at -0.5%, following a decline since the end of 2016. First-quarter revenue increased 1.9% to €5.7 billion, while total expenses rose 2.6% to €5.9 billion, producing an operating loss of €143 million, deepened from a ...

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