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Etihad reports 31% rise in Q2 revenue

Etihad Airways, the Middle East’s third-largest carrier, said second-quarter revenue climbed 31 percent as partnerships with other airlines boosted passenger traffic.

4th July, 2012
James Hogan

Etihad Airways, the Middle East’s third-largest carrier, said second-quarter revenue climbed 31 percent as partnerships with other airlines boosted passenger traffic.

Revenue rose to $1.25 billion from $957 million a year earlier, the Abu Dhabi-based airline said.

Etihad owns a small stake in Aer Lingus and has been increasing its business here.

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