After two consecutive quarterly losses, Singapore Airlines Group returned to the black in its third fiscal quarter ended Dec. 31, posting a S$403.7 million ($286.1 million) profit that marked a 19.7% increase from the S$337.2 million earned in the year-ago period. "Passenger loadings in January and bookings in hand indicate that the recovery in the third quarter is likely to continue in the final quarter," SIA said. "The improvement in yields is also holding up. . .The business outlook for ...

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