Etihad Airways’ president and CEO James Hogan has numbers at his fingertips that speak of ambition, growth and deliverability. In 2012, the Abu Dhabi-based carrier recorded a $42 million profit, 200% higher than the previous year; revenues increased 17% to $4.8 billion; passenger numbers grew 23% to 10.2 million; and earnings before interest and tax rose 24% to $170 million. As of March, Etihad operated 71 aircraft and was on track to take 14 new aircraft this year. Its ...

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