The Franco-Dutch airline said that over-capacity on some longhaul routes this summer was dampening ticket and cargo prices, prompting the firm to revise down its 2014 earnings forecast from €2.5bn (£2bn) to between €2.3bn and €2.2bn.
Shares in Air France fell 8.7 per cent to €8.58 yesterday, dragging down
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