AUCKLAND—Virgin Australia reported its strongest half-year earnings in more than a decade, thanks to the airline’s restructuring program and surging domestic business. The Virgin Australia Group achieved a net profit of A$73.8 million ($51.9 million) for the six months through Dec. 31, 2018, its fiscal 2019 first half. This was up significantly from the A$4.4 million profit from the same period a year earlier. The airline also reported an underlying pre-tax profit of A$112.3 ...

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