Fuel Prices And Demand Spur Asiana Turnaround

Korean carrier Asiana rebounded to profitability in 2014, but still plans to keep its fleet size relatively unchanged in 2015. The carrier reported a consolidated net profit of KRW62.7 billion ($56.6 million) for 2014, versus a loss of KRW114.7 billion in 2013. The fourth-quarter profit of KRW107.5...

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