SkyWest Inc., parent of regionals SkyWest Airlines and Atlantic Southeast Airlines, said it will report a "lower than. . .previously anticipated" first-quarter profit of $4.5-$7.5 million. It earned $29.2 million in the first three months of 2008. The company said inclement weather in Atlanta and the maintenance-related grounding of 60 ASA CRJ200s resulted in the cancellation of some 750 flights, costing an estimated $7.6 million in pre-tax revenue. It also will record a pre-tax charge of ...

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