Foul weather and maintenance problems contributed to a 68% decline in SkyWest Inc.'s first-quarter profit to $9.4 million from $29.1 million in the year-ago period. Revenue fell 22.5% to $672.6 million. The company and its SkyWest Airlines and Atlantic Southeast Airlines affiliates provide regional flying for United Airlines, Delta Air Lines and Midwest Airlines with a fleet of 440 aircraft. "Net income was not what we would have expected, but the balance sheet is in pretty good shape," ...

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