Midwest Air Group reported an $8 million profit for the first quarter, reversing an $8.7 million loss in the year-ago period, as operating revenue climbed 10% to $165.8 million and expenses dipped 0.6% to $159 million, turning a 2006 operating loss of $9.3 million into an operating profit of $6.7 million. "While the first quarter of 2007 was positive on several levels, overall it fell short of our expectation," said Chairman and CEO Tim Hoeksema. The carrier has spent $2.6 million thus far ...

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