Big Sky Airlines parent MAIR Holdings reported a $15.2 million loss for the fiscal third quarter ended Dec. 31, widened from a $1.1 million deficit in the year-ago quarter, and confirmed Big Sky will cease operations in the western US on March 8. It ceased flying in the East last month (ATWOnline, Dec. 21, 2007). MAIR said it is "currently seeking to transition its remaining western operations to another carrier" and is "working to realize the maximum value of all its assets, including ...

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