Australia's Regional Express Holdings, which flies as Rex, announced a net profit of A$23.6m ($19.4 million) for the fiscal year ended June 30, an increase of 50.4% from the previous year's A$15.7 million. Revenue was up 29% to A$225 million and passenger numbers rose 18% to 1.4 million. Expenditures grew 21% to A$177.7 million with the major cost increase in fuel, which jumped 18.6% to A$32.5 million. Capacity lifted 14% to 782 million ASKs and load factor climbed 1.4 points to ...

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