Falling passenger revenues and the mitigating effect of rising fuel prices on its cost control efforts proved to be a drag on AeroMexico's bottom line as parent company Consorcio Aeromexico, which also operates Regional carrier Aeroliteral, reported a first-quarter net loss of MXN270 million ($24.4 million), widened from what is assumed to be a MXN175 million deficit in the three months ended March 31, 2005. There was a discrepancy in the company's quarterly report, as it reported a MXN174.6 ...

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