Poland’s flagship airline PLL LOT posted a profit for the first time since 2008, closing 2013 with a net profit of 26 million zloty and an operating result of minus four million zloty, CEO Sebastian Mikosz told a news conference on April 2.
“For the first time since 2008 LOT recorded a net profit,” Mikosz said.
“It reached 26 million zloty versus 196 million zloty loss written in the firm’s restructuring plan submitted to the European Commission.”
The 2013 result has already undergone audit, the CEO said.
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(1 zloty = 0.24 euro)
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