Adria Airways swung to profit in 2006, posting net earnings of €70,102 ($92,424) compared to a 2005 loss of €9.6 million. The Slovenian flag carrier said it will "continue the project of corporate rehabilitation" in 2007, when it expects a 9% rise in revenue, increased marketing and e-ticket penetration, the launch of several new routes and a fleet upgrade centered on the introduction of two CRJ900s (ATWOnline, March 1). VP Marjan Ravnikar credited leveling fuel prices, a ...

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