A series of one-time charges plus the "sharp decline in traffic and passenger revenue" that President and CEO Jeff Potter said has plagued "much of the industry" during the spring contributed to a $3.5 million first fiscal quarter loss for Frontier Airlines, which posted a $4 million profit in the year-ago period. The carrier said a $3.7 million increase in fuel expense related to a noncash mark-to-market derivative loss, $2.2 million in startup costs for its Lynx Aviation subsidiary ...

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