Virgin Blue 737-800. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. Virgin Blue last week reported a net profit of A$21.3 million ($18.9 million) for its fiscal year ended June 30, a major reversal from a A$160 million loss in FY2008-09 that marked the Australian carrier's worst-ever fiscal-year result. Blue's FY2009-10 revenue lifted 13% year-over-year to A$2.98 billion. CEO John Borghetti told reporters in Sydney that "achieving [profitability] in the current environment demonstrates that ...

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