ExpressJet Airlines parent ExpressJet Holdings reported a third-quarter loss of $9 million, reversed from net income of $4.4 million in the year-ago period, although it narrowed its operating loss considerably. Revenue dropped 31.7% to $179.2 million. The company attributed the fall to "softness in passenger demand," according to President and CEO Jim Ream. Expenses were down 35.7% to $187.3 million and operating loss narrowed to $8.1 million, a 71.9% improvement over the $29 million ...

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