Finnair remained profitable in the second quarter, reporting €13.9 million ($20.9 million) in net earnings that represented a 46.1% fall from the €25.8 million posted in the year-ago period, but warned that second-half EBIT "may be negative" as the industry faces "a market failure caused by an overcapacity in relation to demand." Second-quarter revenue climbed 1.5% year-over-year to €546.1 million and expenses rose 4.3% to €534.2 million as fuel costs jumped 37.6% to ...

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