LATAM Airlines Group’s route capacity and fleet management efforts, combined with a 10.6% rise in passenger revenues, helped to push its 2017 second-quarter operating profits to a company record of $48.2 million, compared to $1.3 million for 2Q 2016. However, LATAM posted a $138 million net loss for the quarter, deepened from its $92.1 million net loss a year ago. The company attributed the net loss $120.2 million in foreign exchange losses recognized during the quarter, partially ...

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