Copa Airlines and AeroRepublica parent Copa Holdings reported full-year net income of $160.4 million for 2007, up 19.9% from $133.8 million earned in 2006. Operating revenue climbed 20.7% to $1.03 billion and operating income, adjusted to include special charges related to the early termination of leases on five AeroRepublica MD-80s, rose 18.5% to $196.8 million from $166.6 million. The two airlines flew a combined 5.86 billion RPMs last year, up 16.8% over 2006, against a 15.3% increase in ...

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