Air Arabia posted an AED89.7 million ($24.4 million) second-quarter profit, up 10% from the AED81.5 million reported in the year-ago period, on a 6% rise in revenue to AED458.4 million. "We are pleased with the positive results achieved today amidst the ambiguity of global economy performance and the impact of swine flu on air travel trends. Air Arabia's continuous profitability and growth figures demonstrate the fundamental strength of the airline's dynamic business model," CEO Adel Ali ...

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