Singapore Airlines (SIA) reported a 2015 first-half profit of S$305 million ($217 million), up 41% from a $126 million profit in the year-ago period. The airline said the results were due to an improvement across all of its business units, particularly regional carrier SilkAir, and lower fuel expenditure. First-half revenue fell 4.5% to $5.1 billion due to lower passenger numbers and yields, the airline said. Expenses lowered 5.7% to $4.9 billion from the year-ago period, to give an ...

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