America West Holdings Corp., parent of America West Airlines, revised its previously reported financial results for the fourth quarter and full-year 2004 owing to an accounting change associated with the recognition of gains or losses on derivative instruments that the company uses as a means of reducing financial exposure to fluctuating fuel prices. As a result, the company's and airline's consolidated statements of operations for 2004 will reflect net losses of $89 million and $85.3 ...

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