Frontier Airlines reversed course in its fiscal third quarter ended Dec. 31, posting a loss of $10.3 million for the period after a profitable September quarter in which it earned $6.9 million. At that time, however, the Denver-based carrier warned that it would lose money in the fall period (ATWOnline, Oct. 31, 2005). The deficit was slightly improved from a year-ago loss of $11.1 million. President and CEO Jeff Potter said positive indicators like a 19.4% rise in mainline passenger revenue ...

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