AirAsia X’s net profit was down to 80.1 million Malaysian ringgits (approximately $17 million) in its first quarter 2024 results, down from 328 million ringgits ($69.71 million) in the same period last year. Revenues were up 66% year-on-year to 908.9 million ringgits ($193.2 million) in the first quarter, driven by a 90% YoY surge in passenger numbers to 959,623, Its passenger load factor (PLF) was up three percentage points to 83%, driven by peak travel demand from key festive seasons and school holidays. AirAsia X’s fleet size was at 18 A330s as of the end of the quarter with 16

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