Copa Holdings, parent of Copa Airlines and AeroRepublica, said it posted record net income of $134.2 million in 2006, up 61.7% from $83 million the prior year, on a 39.9% jump in revenue to $851.2 million. "We continue to see solid economic growth in the region and we continue to see solid passenger growth," CFO Victor Vial said. Fourth-quarter net income was $41.8 million, more than double the $17.7 million earned in the year-ago quarter. Full-year operating income jumped 51.8% to $166.9 ...

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