Malaysia Airlines has returned to the black after recording a MYR233 million ($74.2 million) net profit for third quarter ended Sept 30 on the back of a 15% lift in revenue to MYR3.39 billion from both passengers and cargo. The profit is a significant turnaround on the MYR300 million loss in the same period last year and a major improvement over the loss of MYR533 million in the prior period, which was related to fuel costs (ATW Daily News, Aug. 23). In the third quarter, MAS achieved a ...

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