Air Arabia reported an AED82 million ($22.3 million) second-quarter profit, up 14% from the AED71.7 million announced in the year-ago period, a result it said "demonstrate[ed] continued superior performance and ongoing organic growth." Revenue soared 79% to AED487 million. It transported 866,272 passengers during the period, up 34% year-over-year, and said it will "remain committed" to "continually upgrading our destination network to serve the widest number of cities in the Middle East, ...

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