Copa Holdings, parent of Panama's Copa Airlines and Colombia's Aero Republica, reported second-quarter net income of $30.9 million, up 34.9% over $22.9 million earned in the year-ago quarter, but said its rapid expansion will be slowed slightly. Revenue grew 22.9% to $235.3 million while operating income rose 36.8% to $39 million from $28.5 million last year. CEO Pedro Heilbron, while expressing satisfaction with the results, warned that the carrier's fast growth and rising profits will be ...

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