AirAsia X achieved a slight improvement in profits for the first quarter, which the airline attributes partly to its route restructuring efforts. The group’s net profit of RM43.3 million in the quarter was up by 4% year-over-year (YOY). Capacity was down 5% as the airline suspended some longer single-route markets, and instead increased service to core markets where it has more flights. AirAsia X has terminated flights to Tehran, Kathmandu, Male in the Maldives, and Auckland. It has ...

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