Photo: By Rob Finlayson. Virgin Blue warned that it will post a A$30 million ($30.3 million)-A$80 million net loss for its full fiscal year ending June 30, owing to natural disasters and soaring fuel prices. The airline cautioned it was likely to have "a challenging second half" when it announced a modest A$23.8 million net profit for its fiscal first half ended Dec. 31 (ATW Daily News, Feb. 24). Virgin Blue said Wednesday that its annual fuel bill has risen by A$50 ...

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