Aeroflot finally has released its 2007 full-year results under IFRS standards, reporting a $313.4 million profit that represented a 21.4% increase over the $258.1 million earned in 2006. However, it is predicting a drop this year, as "fuel prices are having a colossal effect on us," according to comments from SU Deputy Director Mikhail Poluboyarinov cited by Reuters. Revenue should rise 30%, driven partly by an 8%-10% increase in fares. Last year SU enjoyed a 27.3% year-over-year increase in ...

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