A solid fourth-quarter performance in passenger revenue and cost containment pushed Panama City-based Copa Holdings toward a $370 million net profit for 2017, up 10.6% over the company’s $335 million net income in 2016. Copa Holdings is the parent company of Copa Airlines and Copa Airlines Colombia. Following a third quarter with natural disaster-related operational challenges, Copa’s fourth-quarter results continued to reflect ongoing improvement in passenger demand, Copa ...

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