Copa Airlines and AeroRepublica parent Copa Holdings reported third-quarter net income of $43.1 million, up 87.4% from a $23 million profit in the year-ago quarter, an increase it attributed to "a solid and resilient business model based on developing the most comprehensive and convenient network for intra-Latin America travel and a very competitive cost structure." It recorded a $5.1 million noncash fuel hedge gain and a $14.6 million charge related to the retirement of four MD-80s as ...

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