Dragonair flew an all-time record 519,449 passengers in July but said its "bottom line continued to suffer" due to high fuel costs and low yields, which are expected to continue. "The low yields are the result of a more competitive market due to airlines putting on more capacity, both passenger and all-cargo, on China Mainland routes," CEO Stanley Hui said. Dragonair flew 666.6 million RPKs in July, up 14.5% over the year-ago month. Capacity climbed 3.7% to 929.5 million ASKs. Iberia flew ...

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