Air Arabia reported third-quarter net income of AED165 million ($44.9 million), more than triple the AED48 million earned in the year-ago period, as revenue rose 65% to AED369 million on a 49% increase in passengers to 729,745. The carrier operated nine A320s at the end of the quarter to 35 destinations, flying 1.3 billion RPKs against a capacity of 1.5 billion ASKs. Load factor was 92%. "Our record of profit and achievement has made us the LCC of choice in the Middle East and North Africa, ...

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