Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, parent of Atlas Air and Polar Air Cargo, more than doubled its net income in 2007 to $132.4 million from the $59.8 million earned in the previous year. Full-year revenue increased 5.4% to $1.56 billion while expenses rose 6.8% to $1.41 billion, producing operating income of $154.8 million, up 1.6% over $152.3 million in 2006. Total block hr. lifted 0.2% to 133.5 million and scheduled service traffic escalated 8.9% to 1.61 billion RTMs on a 7.3% rise in capacity ...

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