ExpressJet Holdings reported a $13.1 million second-quarter loss, an improvement from the $34.3 million deficit during the same period a year ago. Revenue plunged 61.9% to $170.6 million, a decline attributed to a drop in passengers and the suspension of its ExpressJet branded and Delta Air Lines operations. Operating loss narrowed to $10.8 million from $43.7 million as expenses sank 29.8% to $20.3 million. "These results are reflective of the worldwide drop in passenger revenues, which are ...

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