Singapore Airlines 777-300ER. Courtesy, Boeing Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group posted a net profit of S$238.9 million ($187.6 million) for its fiscal-year first half ended Sept. 30, down 62% from net income of S$632.7 in the year-ago period. It said the drop was "principally on account of high fuel costs." The six-month operating profit of the parent airline company declined 86% year-over-year to S$53 million. "The prevailing economic uncertainty and weak consumer ...

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