Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group reported net profit of S$804.4 million ($568.7 million) in its fiscal year ended March 31, more than doubling a S$367.9 million net profit in its previous fiscal year. The airline cited a combination of higher revenue from subsidiary airlines, income from the release of seven Airbus A350-900 delivery slots, and lower net fuel costs for the results. Group revenue for the fiscal year fell 2.2% year-over-year to S$15.2 billion, while total expenses lowered 4% to ...

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