The Lufthansa Group has reported a 2015 net profit of €1.7 billion ($1.9 billion), up significantly from a net profit of €55 million in 2014,  although the main contributors were lower fuel prices and money received from withdrawing its stake in US carrier JetBlue Airways. CFO Simone Menne confirmed to ATW the improved results were helped by the “known effect of the JetBlue write-back of €503 million, as well as €976 million less in fuel costs.” It was ...

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