Air France-KLM has recorded another heavy deficit for the first quarter, with a restated net loss of €504 million ($547 million), compared to a figure of €485 million a year ago.  Revenues were up marginally at €5.7 billion, compared to €5.6 billion last time. The figures were restated after the Franco-Dutch group reclassified its former CityJet subsidiary—divested in May last year—as a discontinued operation. Breaking down the results, Air France ...

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