Courtesy, Virgin America/PR Newswire Virgin America (VX) saw strong revenue growth for the 2011 third quarter, but higher fuel costs brought operating profit down by $4.8 million to $16.2 million and resulted in a $3.3million net loss. The San Francisco-based low cost carrier released its third-quarter results Wednesday, reporting a 44% increase in operating revenue over the same period in 2010 and a 6% operating margin.  The airline's RASM improved by 9% year-over-year, ...

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