Malaysia Airlines' resurgence continued in the third quarter as net profit soared 51.7% year-over-year to a record MYR364 million ($106 million) from MYR240 million, the carrier reported yesterday, crediting "strong passenger demand and sustained yield improvement" for the result. "This is indeed a very encouraging development as we have now achieved our [Business Turnaround Plan] profit target one year earlier than originally scheduled," CEO and MD Idris Jala said. "Over the last 18 months ...

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