Etihad Airways has reported first-quarter revenues of $1.4 billion, up 27% compared to $1.1 billion year-over-year. The Abu Dhabi-based carrier did not reveal profit figures. Cargo revenues also climbed 26% to $243 million. The cargo business reported strong year-over-year rises in freight volumes on its India (up 32%) and China (up 14%) routes. The airline predicts its freight division will surpass the billion-dollar mark by the end of the year. Passenger boardings were up 14% to 3.2 ...

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