A one-time gain from the sale of property in Singapore and record traffic helped lift Singapore Airlines Group to a S$575.1 million ($364.3 million) profit in the first fiscal quarter ended June 30, more than double the S$234.6 million earned in the year-ago period. "Demand for air travel got off to a good start in the first quarter, with passenger load factors for all route regions showing gains over the same months last year," the airline said. "The outlook for air travel remains broadly ...

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