filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, announced that owing to a change in accounting for unused frequent-flyer miles it would recognize an additional $64 million of incremental passenger revenue for the recently ended first quarter of 2010, with a similar impact expected in the remaining three quarters. According to the carrier, the change relates to the fact that newly available historical data on frequent-flyer mile usage shows that "a larger number of miles than ...

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