AUCKLAND—AirAsia X achieved a slight improvement in profits for the 2019 first quarter, which the airline attributes partly to its route restructuring efforts. The group’s net profit of RM43.3 million ($10.6 million) in the quarter was up by 4% year-on-year. Capacity was down 5% as the airline suspended some longer single-route markets, and instead increased service to core markets where it has more flights. AirAsia X has terminated flights to Auckland, Kathmandu (Nepal), Male ...


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