Brussels Airlines reported a 2015 net profit of €41.3 million ($45.1 million), reversing a €4.2 million net loss from 2014. The net result follows a deduction of €5 million, which the company reportedly redistributed to personnel. “Thanks to the commercial success, the repositioning in the market and ongoing cost control … our efforts to make Brussels Airlines an attractive, dynamic and competitive airline has paid off in the past year," CEO Bernard Gustin ...

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