Atlas Air and Polar Air Cargo parent Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, in its first full fiscal year since exiting bankruptcy protection, reported a 2005 profit of $73.9 million on revenue of $1.62 billion, a performance that left the company confident as it pursues a listing of its common stock on a national exchange. "We believe that reaching these milestones will greatly broaden our potential investor base and therefore interest in AAWW, ensuring a more liquid market for our shares," Senior ...

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