AirAsia has secured record second quarter revenues, “setting the stage for a potentially dynamic second half of 2010,” says the company in releasing its quarterly results. It announced a profit after tax of $63 million for the second quarter of 2010, ending June 30. Cost per available seat kilometer was $3.62 cents, which was an increase over second quarter 2009, but was mainly attributed to the rise in average fuel cost. The average fuel price in 2Q 2009 was $60 a barrel compared ...

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