Virgin America reported first-quarter net income of $12.8 million, including $2.3 million in special charges for mark-to-market fuel hedge adjustments. The quarter’s results show a swing to profitability from the 2014 March quarter, at which time the airline posted $22.4 million in net losses. Excluding the special items charged in the 2015 first-quarter, Virgin America’s net income was $10.5 million. The 2015 first-quarter was the first March quarter in the company’s ...

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