Malaysia Airlines reported a net profit of 326.1 million ringgit ($85.8 million) for the fiscal year ended March 31, a 29.3% decrease compared to a net profit of 461.1 million ringgit in the prior financial year. Total revenue rose 29.4% to 11.4 billion ringgit primarily owing to a record 24% increase in international passenger traffic and a 21% jump in cargo tonnage flown, while total expenses climbed 28.7% to 11 billion ringgit mainly from a 1.5 billion ringgit hike in fuel expense during ...

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