Northwest Airlink Pinnacle Airlines finished 2005 with a $25.7 million profit, down 36.9% from the $40.7 million earned in 2004 but somewhat satisfying during a turbulent year that featured Northwest's entry into bankruptcy and the removal of 15 of Pinnacle's CRJs from service last fall (ATWOnline, Sept. 27, 2005). The Regional rebounded from a heavy third-quarter loss to net a profit of $9.9 million in the fourth quarter ended Dec. 31, 2005, just 3.5% lower than the $10.3 million profit in ...

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