Virgin America reported a first-quarter net loss of $35.5 million, narrowed from a year-ago deficit of $40.3 million, but said it remains on track for a full-year operating profit. "With a revenue increase of nearly 50% year-over-year and a unique service that is continuing to hit the mark with consumers, we're pleased with our results," President and CEO David Cush said. The carrier generated $146.8 million in revenue during the quarter, up 45.7% ...

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