LCC flydubai reported a full-year loss of AED159.8 million ($43.5 million), reversed from a profit of AED37.3 million for 2017.  In its annual financial statement released Feb. 20, the airline did not clarify if the loss figure represented an operational or net result. Despite a better 2018 second half—which saw a profit of $43 million—the full-year results through Dec. 31, 2018 were impacted by increasing fuel costs, rising interest rates and unfavorable currency exchange ...

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