In its financial report released Tuesday, Sabre stated that it brought in $707 million in revenue in the three months that ended June 30 and recorded a net income of $32.2 million. Much of the company's revenue growth came from an increase in bookings made through its distribution system. Sabre recorded 88.4 million air bookings during the second quarter, up from 81.1 million a year earlier. Non-air bookings, meanwhile, jumped 6% in the second quarter and the company's cumulative North America bookings increased 6.9%. The gains helped Sabre generate $494.5 million in revenue through its distribution services. Get the full story at Travel Weekly Read also "Strong Amadeus half-year figures reveal earnings up 10.8%"