Malaysia Airlines yesterday reported a net loss of MYR136 million ($39 million) for full-year 2006, improved over a loss of MYR1.7 billion the prior year. "The improvement is the result of a considerable increase in revenue due to major improvements in passenger and cargo yields, network restructuring, improvement in productivity and cost savings," the airline said in a statement. MAS said it would have earned a net profit of MRY676 million if fuel costs and aircraft lease rates had remained ...

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