SINGAPORE (July 28): Singapore Airlines has reported a 180% surge in earnings, to $257 million, for the quarter ended June 30. This was largely due to cheaper fuel, and a share of the divestment gain from its aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul subsidiary SIA Engineering Co.

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