Frontier Airlines reported a net loss of $20.4 million for its fiscal year ended March 31, widened from a net loss of $14 million for the prior year, with more than half of the deficit ($10.4 million) coming in the fourth quarter as severe winter weather hurt the Denver-based carrier's operations. "This quarter was one of the toughest we have faced financially as we continued to suffer the impacts of the winter storms in Denver that began in December 2006 and carried through into January ...

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