Virgin Atlantic reported a pre-tax profit of £41.6 million ($75.6 million) for the fiscal year ended Feb. 28, more than double the £20.1 million earned a year ago, a jump it attributed to a "large increase" in business passengers at primary subsidiary Virgin Atlantic Airways. The company, also parent to Virgin Nigeria Airways and tour operator Virgin Holidays, posted annual revenues of £1.91 billion, up 17.2% from £1.63 billion in the previous fiscal year. Virgin said ...

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