Malaysia Airlines Bhd. (MAB) said it remains on track for returning to profitability next year, despite increasing competitive pressure in its domestic markets. In its latest update, MAB predicted it will achieve a net profit for the second half of 2018. The carrier does not issue full financial results, as it is no longer publicly traded. Overall passenger revenue increased 8% year-on-year in the second quarter, with capacity rising 1.8%. Load factor declined 1.6 points to 77.8%. Domestic ...

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