Malaysia Airlines posted a net profit of MYR310 million ($96.5 million) for the first quarter, reversed from a net loss of MYR694.8 million in the year-ago period, on a 21% rise in revenue to MYR3.3 billion that it attributed to "the economic recovery which boosted global travel." Operating income, which included compensation for the delayed delivery of an A380, was MYR290 million, reversed from an operating loss of MYR137.9 million in the year-ago period. MAS's traffic ...

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