Etihad Airways A330-200. By Rob Finlayson Etihad Airways (EY) saw 2012 first-quarter revenues of $989 million, up 28% compared to the 2011 first quarter, the carrier reported Tuesday. EY also said passenger numbers for the quarter increased by 500,000 to 2.4 million. The carrier did not give profit figures, but president and CEO James Hogan, said that all revenue targets and budget estimates for the quarter were met despite challenging economic conditions. The airline said RPKs ...

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