IATA says airlines are on course for net profits of US$10.6 billion this year, up from December's forecast of US$8.4 billion. Photo: Bloomberg IATA says airlines are on course for net profits of US$10.6 billion this year, up from December's forecast of US$8.4 billion. Photo: Bloomberg
IATA says airlines are on course for net profits of US$10.6 billion this year, up from December's forecast of US$8.4 billion. Photo: Bloomberg

Airline profits to rise amid recovery of cargo sector

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IATA says airlines are on course for net profits of US$10.6 billion this year, up from December's forecast of US$8.4 billion. Photo: Bloomberg IATA says airlines are on course for net profits of US$10.6 billion this year, up from December's forecast of US$8.4 billion. Photo: Bloomberg
IATA says airlines are on course for net profits of US$10.6 billion this year, up from December's forecast of US$8.4 billion. Photo: Bloomberg
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