Three years after facing bankruptcy, Malaysia Airlines is enjoying record-breaking profits, saying yesterday that it achieved an MYR852.7 million ($260.7 million) net income in 2007, reversed from a MYR133.7 million loss in 2006 and the best result in the company's 60-year history. MD and CEO Idris Jala said MAS surpassed its original 2007 target by 184%. It forecast a MYR700 million profit last month (ATWOnline, Feb. 1). It cited strong demand, "sustained yield improvements" and operational ...

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