Singapore Airlines parent SIA Group reported a profit attributable to shareholders of S$343.2 million ($202.8 million) for the fiscal second quarter ended Sept. 30, down less than 1% compared to earnings of S$346.4 million last year despite a 65% jump in fuel costs between the periods. Operating revenue rose 9.7% to S$3.35 billion while expenses climbed 10.4% to S$3.02 billion. SIA noted that excluding fuel, expenses actually declined 6.1% compared to the year-ago period. Operating profit ...

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