SIA’s Fuel Savings Offset Yield Weakness

Credit: Singapore Airlines
Singapore Airlines (SIA) saw its net profit rise 35% to S$275 million (U.S.$196 million) for the three months through Dec. 31, helped by lower fuel costs and a significant performance improvement from some of its subsidiary carriers. The higher profit was achieved despite revenue dropping by 3.9%...

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