Singapore Airlines reported net income of S$507.8 million ($349.8 million) for its fiscal second quarter ended Sept. 30, up 73.2% over a S$293.2 million net profit in the year-ago quarter, on a 9.9% boost in revenue to S$3.97 billion. "Passenger demand from both business and leisure markets remained buoyant in the second quarter," SIA said. "The business landscape, however, remains challenging. While advanced bookings are holding up, slowing economic growth sparked by tight credit markets ...

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