ExpressJet Airlines parent ExpressJet Holdings reported a first-quarter net loss of $16.1 million, widened from an $11.4 million deficit in the year-ago period, and said the "disappointing" results were driven by "seasonally lower flight activity, cancellations and delays caused by severe winter weather in the [US] Northeast and Midwest, cost increases that outpaced revenue growth and record-low attrition." Interim President and CEO Pat Kelly said, "It is clear now ...

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