Atlas Air and Polar Air Cargo parent Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings posted net income of $59.8 million for 2006, down 19.1% from $73.9 million earned in the prior year, on an 8.6% decrease in revenue to $1.48 billion. But the company reported a 66.2% fourth-quarter profit gain to $45.7 million and projects strong growth going forward, pointing to 12 747-8 freighters it has on order and a partnership deal with DHL that will see the express cargo giant take a stake in Polar (ATWOnline, Oct. 17, ...

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