Singapore Airlines Q1 operating profit falls 52% on weak yields


SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines Ltd (SIA) reported a 52% fall in its first-quarter operating profit that trailed market estimates as Asia's second-biggest airline took a blow from industry overcapacity and weak yields.

"Aggressive fares and capacity injections from competitors will continue to place pressure on yields," SIA said in a statement on Wednesday.

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