Air France KLM said last week that it likely will report a €200 million ($271.4 million) operating loss for its fiscal year ending March 31 and stated that its focus for the year beginning April 1 is "to limit our operating loss." Just last month the company said it still expected "a positive operating result" for the current fiscal year (ATWOnline, Feb. 16). But it said that "lower activity levels" in March reflect "a significant deterioration in unit revenues both in passenger and ...

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