Maintenance, fuel delayed AirAsia’s profitability despite rebound

Maintenance and fuel delay AirAsia’s profitability despite rebound | Aviation Week Network

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SINGAPORE—Despite a fivefold increase in revenue, weak regional currencies, soaring fuel prices and additional MRO costs to reactivate stored planes have prevented the AirAsia group, now known as Capital A, from reconnecting with net income in the second quarter (Q2). Flying with 102 planes now…

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