Alaska Air Group said in a filing to the US Securities and Exchange Commission that it expects to incur a full-year operating loss from its regional operation in excess of the $13.2 million suffered in the first six months, "but not a multiple of it." Horizon Air capacity is expected to increase 15%-16% in the third quarter, with unit cost falling 6%-7% to 16.7-16.8 cents. Revenue will exceed expenses during the period, but AAG expects costs to surpass revenue in the fourth quarter. At ...

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