MAIR Holdings, parent company of Mesaba Airlines and Big Sky Airlines, narrowed its second fiscal quarter net loss to $2.5 million from the $25.5 million deficit posted in the three months ended Sept. 30, 2005, which was attributable in large part to the bankruptcy filing of Northwest Airlines. MAIR officials attributed the loss primarily to expenses related to Mesaba's Chapter 11 reorganization. The Northwest Airlink carrier, which currently operates 49 Saabs, had its fleet reduced over the ...

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