Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group reported a significant dip in profits for the six months through Sept. 30, as stronger revenue could not offset rapidly rising fuel costs. The carrier’s net profit for the period—its fiscal 2018/2019 first half—declined 68.9% year-over-year (YOY) to S$196 million ($143.2 million). Operating profit was down 44.1% to S$426 million, although the operating loss decline would have been 27.4% without special items. One of the special items was the ...

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