AirTran Airways posted a third-quarter net loss of $107.1 million, reversed from a $10.6 million profit in the year-ago period, due in part to losses of $41.5 million related to its fuel hedging program owing to the recent fall in oil prices. Chairman, President and CEO Bob Fornaro said the carrier is "extremely disappointed" in the results but noted that it finally is following the rest of the US industry and imposing capacity cuts in the fourth quarter and full-year 2009. It will reduce ...

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