Kazakhstan-based Air Astana has reported a 2013 net profit of $51.4 million, 15.7% down from the previous year. The airline said that without the combined effect of a one-off revenue adjustment in 2012 and currency exchange losses in 2013, underlying profit would have slightly exceeded that of the previous year. Revenues rose 10.5% to $967 million while passenger numbers increased by 13.5% to 3.7 million. Air Astana president Peter Foster said the airline made significant fleet and product ...

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