Asiana Airlines, South Korea’s second-largest carrier, has widened its net loss in the first quarter due to “increased operating costs and the weakening of the local currency”, the company said in its latest results. Asiana Airlines recorded a net loss of 174.4 billion won (US$129.6 million) in the January-March period, compared with a loss of 62 billion won from the same period last year, the company said. Its sales increased 12.1 percent on-year to 1.63 trillion won ($1.2 billion), the highest for a first quarter, but the company shifted to an operating loss of 31.2 billion won ($23 million) from

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