Singapore Airlines A330 300. Photo by Rob Finlayson. Singapore Airlines reported net income of S$253 million ($184.7 million) for its fiscal first quarter ending June 30, reversed from a S$307 million loss in the year-ago period, and said the recovery in passenger demand and yield evident in the quarterly results "will hold up for the rest of 2010." Revenue lifted 20.7% to S$3.47 billion, "reflecting the recovery in load factor and yields," SIA said. It noted ...

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