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FlyMe Europe AB reports 9-month operating loss of SEK87.7m.

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Swedish low-cost airline FlyMe Europe AB reported on Monday (14 November) an operating loss of SEK87.7m on net sales of SEK303.8m for the financial period January-September 2005.

Operating loss for the nine-month period improved from the loss of SEK98.4m in the corresponding period in 2004, while net sales increased from SEK114.9m.

Operating loss in the quarter July-September 2005 amounted to SEK26.5m on net sales of SEK111.0m.

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