World Air Holdings, parent of World Airways and North American Airlines, said it expects its first-quarter revenue to be in the range of $220-$225 million, 2%-4% higher than the year-ago quarter and 10%-12% higher than 2006 fourth-quarter revenue of $201.3 million (ATWOnline, July 6). "Increased scheduled service revenue at North American due to maturing African routes contributed to the improvement versus first quarter 2006," WAH said, adding that World's military revenue also rebounded ...

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