Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways reported a net profit of $73 million for 2014, up 52.1% from the $48 million reported for 2013. The UAE airline said the results were its fourth consecutive year of profit and its “strongest to date,” largely attributable to a 26.7% increase in total revenue driven by strong passenger and freight demand. Revenue for the year reached $7.6 billion, with growth in passenger traffic outstripping capacity increases. Etihad president and CEO James Hogan ...

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