Aegean Airlines reported a first-quarter net loss of €25.6 million, reversed from a €4.6 million net profit in the year-ago period, despite a 3% hike in revenue to €114.8 million and a 17% jump in boardings to 1.4 million. Scheduled flight revenue declined 3.3% to €91.2 million whereas revenue from charter operations heightened 38.5% to €1.8 million and revenue from passengers’ airports charges was up 43.1% to €16.6 million. The €29.5 million ...

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