Asiana Airlines slumps to first loss in three years

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Asiana Airlines, South Korea's second-largest air carrier, reported (31-Jul-08) it swung to a net loss of USD19 million in the second quarter (three months ended 30-Jun-08) due to higher fuel costs. The carrier also slipped into the red at the operating level.

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