Volga-Dnepr full-year sales rise but no indication over profit

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Russian outsize freight carrier Volga-Dnepr's sales revenue rose 46% during 2008, to more than $1.4 billion.

The Moscow-based company gives the figure in a brief statement on its activities, but has not indicated whether it was profitable. Cargo traffic, it says, increased by 32%.

Volga-Dnepr operates 10 Antonov An-124s and eight Ilyushin Il-76s. Its scheduled arm, AirBridge Cargo, has three Boeing 747-400ERFs, a 747-300F and three 747-200Fs.