SIA's third-quarter October-December profits fall 65% to $50m
Published on Feb 6, 2014 8:47 PM
Profits at Singapore Airlines in the three months to the end of December fell by 65 per cent to $50 million, compared with the same three months the year before that.
This was mainly due to non-operating expenses, for example fines paid by SIA Cargo to foreign authorities for its alleged involvement in global price-fixing.
During the quarter, SIA also increased its stake in budget airline Tigerair.
Overall, the group recorded an operating profit of $151 million, or $20 million more than a year ago.
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