Singapore Airlines’ lower fuel costs helped offset weak yields as well as losses from affiliates and hedging in the quarter ending June 30. The decline in yield was caused by capacity increases and aggressive pricing by competitors in some long-haul markets, says Singapore Airlines (SIA). The weak...
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