TAP Portugal reported its "best year ever" in 2007 with a net profit of €32.8 million ($51.2 million) that represented a more-than-fourfold increase over the €7.3 million earned in 2006 as operating profit more than doubled to €79.3 million from €30.3 million a year earlier. "These results now confirm not only the recovery of the Portuguese flag carrier, which in the year 2000 had posted a €122 million loss, but prove as well its viability as a sound company," ...

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