German carrier airberlin recorded improved second-quarter figures year-over-year, but warned that difficult market conditions were making the chances of reaching its targets “increasingly challenging.” The airline recorded a second-quarter net loss of €38 million ($50.4 million) compared to a loss of €99.8 million for the same period last year. Revenue was flat, at €1.11 billion, but this figure was achieved despite an 8% reduction in capacity and a reduction ...

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