MAIR Holdings, parent of Mesaba Airlines, reported a net loss of $25.5 million for its fiscal second quarter ended Sept. 30. The loss was attributed to a pre-tax charge of $36.5 million for impairments and other charges related to the bankruptcy filing of Mesaba partner Northwest Airlines. The company earned a $4.7 million profit in the year-ago quarter. Operating revenue was up less than 1% to $114.9 million, while operating expenses increased 45.4% to $155 million. "Northwest's filing ...

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