Etihad Airways A330-200. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. Etihad Airways reported a 29.2% rise in revenue in 2010 to $2.95 billion on a 19.5% increase in capacity to 45.1 billion ASKs and 13.1% growth in passengers carried to 7.1 million. Load factor inched up 0.5 points, to 74% and RPKs rose 20.1% to 33.4 billion. Its fleet grew by six units, including two Airbus A330-200Fs, to 57 aircraft. Cargo revenue rose 57.4%. CEO James Hogan cited the airline's cost management program as an ...

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