Adria Airways earned a €420,000 ($617,400) profit in 2007 on revenue of nearly €182 million, a result that CEO Tadej Tufek said "has overtaken that of 2006 and is an improvement on what we projected and very much in line with the company's long-term plans and strategy." It reported a €70,102 profit in 2006 and a loss in 2005. Adria carried 1.1 million passengers last year, up 12% from the prior year and 8% higher than forecast. It said load factor "improved" to 67.1%. ...

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