Hawaiian Holdings, parent of Hawaiian Airlines, reported a net loss of $19.5 million for the three months ended Dec. 31 and a 2005 full-year loss of $12.4 million. The company noted that both fourth-quarter and annual results were impacted negatively "by an unusually high provision for income taxes which resulted in an effective tax rate of 218% for the year" related to the airline's emergence from Chapter 11 reorganization in June 2005 as a subsidiary of Hawaiian Holdings. At the pre-tax ...

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