Etihad Airways revealed select details of what CEO James Hogan called a "remarkable" first quarter during which passengers nearly tripled year-over-year to 1.03 million and revenue soared to AED712 million ($193.9 million) from AED230.6 million in the year-ago period. Profit and loss figures were not supplied. Hogan cited "extraordinary" growth in both network and fleet over the past three years and "growing awareness of Etihad in key markets around the world" for the improvement. The ...

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