AirAsia X saw losses rise in the second quarter, as the Malaysian LCC continues to keep capacity in check for the parent carrier and focus growth on its Thai affiliate. The AirAsia X Group reported a 2019 second-quarter net loss of MYR207.1 million ($50 million), widened from a loss of MYR57.5 million in the same period a year earlier. Foreign exchange rate shifts were a major factor, costing the carrier MYR83.1 million. The core Malaysian operation cut capacity 6% in the second quarter, ...

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