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. The carrier announced an after-tax profit of $63 million for the three months ending June 30. Cost per available seat kilometer was 3.62 cents, an increase mainly due to the rise in fuel cost. The average fuel price in the second quarter last year was $60 a barrel, compared with $100 this year, says AirAsia Group ...
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