Air France-KLM Group reported a first-half net loss of €793 million ($1.05 billion) narrowed from a deficit of €1.27 billion for the same period last year. Revenues were up 1.3% at €12.3 billion. Operating costs dropped 0.6%, mainly due to a 4.5% reduction in fuel costs and a 1.1% trimming of personnel costs. Staff numbers dropped some 3,500 to ...

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