SilkAir CEO Chin Yau Seng told reporters that demand for its services remains robust with the exception of "a few blips," and that capacity growth for the fiscal year beginning April 1 now is expected to be 5%-7%, down slightly from the 8%-10% previously forecast. "So far we have seen continued strong support to a lot of our regional points," Chin said, noting that demand is strong from both leisure and business travelers despite high fuel prices. Second-quarter revenue climbed 19% ...

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