Philippine Airlines suffered an $11.8 million loss in its fiscal second quarter ended Sept. 30, widened from a $6.2 million deficit in the year-ago period. PAL said the increase was due principally to higher maintenance and fuel expenses. Revenue rose 13% to $354.1 million as yields climbed, it said. Fuel accounted for $108.2 million of the $365.9 million in expenses. Despite the result, PAL reached the halfway point of its fiscal year a record $22.7 million in the black compared to a ...

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