Virgin Blue delivered a more upbeat earnings forecast for the recently completed financial year as it prepares to introduce a fresh strategy aimed at attracting more business-oriented premium traffic. In a brief statement to the Australian Stock Exchange, the budget airline said it is expecting a net profit of A$105 million ($78.5 million) for the year to last Sept. 30. While that is still A$54 million short of the previous year, it is considerably better than the August forecast of a ...

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