Lufthansa has returned to profit after huge losses in 2003
German airline Lufthansa has said it expects its profit for 2005 to rise by 44%, helped by record passenger traffic of 51.3 million passengers last year.
It hopes to post an operating profit of about 550m euros ($660m; £378m), up from 383m euros in 2004.
Seems like in the days of fuel prices, airlines going bankrupt/into Chapter 11, there are still airlines that can make quite a large (operating) profit!
And this in the year they aquired Swiss.
And unless of course their year ends 31st March (end of tax year - when they might post it?) it seems like another large company isn't posting their results until a few weeks after the new year started....