Vietnam Airlines Group kept profits stable in 2018 despite higher fuel costs, and the carrier plans to take delivery of more new-generation widebody and narrowbody aircraft in 2019. The group reported a pre-tax profit of VND2.8 trillion ($121 million), about the same as in 2017. Revenue rose to VND102 trillion compared with VND88.4 trillion in the previous year. Operating profit margin was 4.38%. The group includes parent carrier Vietnam Airlines as well as regional subsidiary VASCO and ...

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