Air France-KLM swings to a loss on continued fare and traffic weakness

Air France-KLM Group swung to a wider-than-expected EUR147 million loss for the peak second quarter (compared to a EUR27 million net profit in the previous corresponding period), with the recession and the decline in business traffic continuing to have a heavy impact on the European carrier’s bottom line.

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