Bankrupt Northwest Airlines said yesterday that it anticipates recording a loss for September through December due to a "softening in revenue" and will earn a "modest profit" for full-year 2006 excluding reorganization items on more than $12 billion in revenues. The carrier previously reported a $50 million profit, excluding restructuring costs, for the first six months of 2006. President and CEO Doug Steenland said the full-year profit outlook partly is reflective of an anticipated 8% ASM ...

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