Aegean Airlines shrinks loss in second quarter, sales jump By Reuters
ATHENS (Reuters) – Greece’s largest carrier Aegean Airlines on Friday reported a lower loss in the second quarter compared to the same period a year earlier as passenger traffic recovered from the pandemic travel restrictions.
Aegean’s net loss was 33.9million euros (39.91 million dollars) from April to June, as compared to 73.4 million in 2020. Revenues rose 168% to reach 108.6million euros.
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