Aegean Airlines. Aegean Airlines reported a net loss of €32.6 million ($42 million) for the 2010 first half, citing the deteriorating Greek economy, a €6.6 million extraordinary social contribution charge and “overcapacity prevailing in certain markets.” This compares with a €13.4 million profit in the year-ago period (ATW Daily News, Sept. 1, 2009). Revenue declined 3% to €267.4 million as a result of the “significant” pressures on ...

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