Pinnacle Airlines Corp., the Memphis-based parent of regionals Pinnacle Airlines, Colgan Air and Mesaba Aviation, reported a first-quarter loss of $3 million, reversed from $1.7 million profit in the year-ago period. Pinnacle Interim CEO Don Breeding told reporters and analysts the results were mainly owing to “extremely unusual winter weather patterns that impacted us both operationally and financially,” as well as costs associated with the company’s new pilot contract ...

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