Air New Zealand has forecast that it is in line to double its pre-tax profit to $182 million in the current financial year. Rob Fyfe, the airline’s outgoing CEO, said the bullish outlook was based on stable figures. Post-tax profits fell by 12% to $71 million for the year ended June 30, although operating revenue rose to $4.5 billion and pre-tax profit was up 21% to $91 million. But a strong domestic market and benefits from its transtasman alliance with Virgin Australia, means the airline is in a much stronger position. “The only risk is if for some unforeseen reason

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