Air New Zealand recorded a net profit of NZ$390 million ($260.2 million) for the fiscal year ended June 30, up 2.1% from NZ$382 million in the previous year. The airline achieved a pre-tax profit of NZ$540 million ($365 million) for the year, which was the second-highest annual profit it has ever reported. CEO Christopher Luxon noted the carrier fulfilled its original guidance of exceeding its NZ$527 million pre-tax profit from the previous year. Revenue increased 7.4% year-on-year to ...

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