SkyWest Inc., parent of SkyWest Airlines and Atlantic Southeast Airlines (which now includes ExpressJet), last week reported 2010 net income of $96.4 million, up 15.2% over the $83.7 million profit earned in 2009. Full-year revenue lifted 6.1% to $2.77 billion while expenses rose 6.7% to $2.56 billion, producing operating income of $201.8 million, down 4.9% from an operating profit of $212.2 million in 2009. Full-year traffic increased 15.9% to 20.23 billion RPMs on a 15.2% heightening ...

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