Royal Jordanian enjoyed a 17% increase in full-year revenue to a company record JOD524 million ($733.9 million) in 2007, President and CEO Samer Majali said at its annual commercial conference Sunday, adding that RJ will report a profit for the fourth consecutive year. The airline transported more than 2.3 million passengers last year, up 16% over 2006, and saw load factor rise 4 points to 71%. Costs were approximately JOD495 million, with fuel representing one-third of expenses. RJ ...

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