SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore Airlines Ltd on Thursday reported a 27 percent fall in third-quarter net profit but beat expectations as revenue growth helped offset higher fuel costs.
The airline made S$284 million ($209 million) in the three months ended Dec. 31, down from a year-earlier S$389 million which was restated to reflect accounting changes.
That beat the S$240.2 million expected by three analysts in estimates obtained by Reuters and Refinitiv.
($1 = 1.3583 Singapore dollars)
(Reporting by Jamie Freed; editing by Jason Neely)