TAP Portugal posted a €7.3 million ($9.6 million) net profit in 2006, which it called a "remarkable" turnaround from the €10.3 million loss in 2005, citing overall activity increases along with efficiency improvements. Consolidated revenues rose 21.7% to €1.65 billion and operating costs grew 18.1% to €1.47 billion as the fuel bill climbed 30.5% to €373 million. Operating profit came in at €30.3 million compared to a €9.5 million loss in 2005. TAP ...

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