A recent flow of first-half results, as well as fleet and restructuring announcements from European carriers, highlight the diverse set of major challenges facing operators throughout the region.  Lufthansa was the first of the Big Three legacy European airline groups to report its results for the first six months of the year, and it was pessimistic on the outlook for operators in the region. The €713 million ($798 million) net profit it reported a year earlier swung to a ...


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