Singapore Airlines 747-400. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. Singapore Airlines parent SIA Group earned net income of S$288.3 million ($225.4 million) for its fiscal third quarter ended Dec. 31, down 28.6% from a S$403.7 million profit in the prior-year period, a decline attributable to S$199.1 million in special charges related to price-fixing fines against SIA Cargo. The company said in a Friday statement that it "has accepted" a $48 million fine imposed by the US Dept. of ...

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