Vietnam Airlines (VNA) and its subsidiaries earned a consolidated pre-tax profit of $113.7 million in 2016, which represents a 140% increase on the previous year, according to the company’s initial estimates. The Hanoi-based carrier’s core operation is estimated to have contributed $72.7 million in pre-tax profit, more than five times the profit from 2015. The company is majority owner of Vietnam-based low-cost carrier Jetstar Pacific and part-owner of Cambodia’s Angkor ...

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