Frontier Airlines Holdings, which is operating under bankruptcy protection, posted a $3.2 million net loss and a $1.5 million operating profit in February, numbers it said bode well for its effort to secure financing to exit Chapter 11. The Denver-based airline said it would have reported a $2.6 million operating loss excluding noncash mark-to-market fuel hedge transactions (ATWOnline, Feb. 27). "February is a tough month for all airlines," President and CEO Sean Menke said. "But despite the ...

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