PARIS–Virgin Atlantic has pointed to “challenging macro-environment conditions” that led to slowing profit growth in 2016, and warned that currency fluctuations, rising fuel prices and lower passenger revenues would continue to affect its business. Virgin Atlantic, which has a transatlantic partnership with Delta Air Lines, revealed profit before tax and exceptional items up just £500,000 ($625,000) to £23 million in 2016. This compares with a £10.1 ...

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