Kazakhstan’s national carrier Air Astana has reported a jump in net profit to $47.4 million in 2015, up from $19.3 million the previous year. “A sharp fall in revenue was more than compensated for by significant cost savings, including, though not limited to, jet fuel savings,” Air Astana president and CEO Peter Foster said, announcing Air Astana’s 13th consecutive year of profitability. “In spite of extremely challenging ...

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