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Record Cargo Numbers for Etihad Airways in March 2012

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Etihad Airways carried a record 31,700 tonnes of cargo in March 2012, an increase of 20% on the previous year.

Total revenues for the month were up 14% on February and 19% on the corresponding period the previous year. In February, Etihad Airways carried 27,900 tonnes of freight.

Etihad Airways had a record month in March in terms of cargo carried and revenue generated. We saw very strong demand from Asia throughout the month as activity picked up after a slow start to the year. European traffic was also firm, as it has been throughout the first quarter, and demand into and out of America has also rallied, said Etihad Airways Vice President Cargo, David Kerr. Etihad Airways has benefited in the first three months of 2012 from increased capacity as a result of taking delivery of a B777 freighter at the end of last year, and from opening new passenger routes. Looking ahead, we expect to maintain strong freight performance over the second quarter of the year.

Etihad Airways cargo operations accounted for up to 20% of the airlines overall revenues in 2011, when average monthly loads were 25,900 tonnes. The airline has a fleet of seven freighter aircraft.

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