By Sudip Kar-GuptaPARIS (Reuters) - Air France KLM said anti-government protests in France had hit its revenue, taking the shine off a rise in its overall December passenger traffic figures and knocking its shares.Analysts said the latest passenger data showed that the Dutch KLM airline was again doing better than Air France, with KLM and the smaller Transavia division flying fuller planes."The rise in passenger numbers was essentially led by KLM and Transavia, whereas the performance at Air France was more flat," Gregoire Laverne of Roche Brune Asset Management, which does not hold shares in ...
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