Record revenues were not sufficient for Singapore Airlines Group to stave off soaring fuel costs during the fiscal third quarter ended Dec. 31 as the company reported a S$396.6 million ($244 million) net profit that represented a 14.6% decline from net earnings of S$464.6 million in the year-ago period. The latter total was boosted by the sale of SIA's remaining stake in Star Alliance partner Air New Zealand. Numbers from the 2004-05 fiscal year were recalculated according to new national ...

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