Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, parent of Atlas Air and Polar Air Cargo, earned $10.7 million in the second quarter, narrowed 33% from $15.9 million earned in the year-ago period, on a 7.3% decrease in revenues to $366.4 million. President and CEO William Flynn attributed the lower results to reduced scheduled flying and substantially higher fuel prices in scheduled service. He noted that the retirement in the first half of the year of four Polar 747-200Fs--a dash 100F and a dash ...

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