Frontier Airlines A319. Courtesy, Republic Airways Special item charges impacted Republic Airways Holdings’ (RAH) 2011 fourth-quarter results and resulted in a $123.5 million net loss compared with a $1.3 million loss a year ago. RAH, the Indianapolis-based parent of Frontier Airlines, Lynx Aviation, Chautauqua Airlines, Republic Airlines and Shuttle America, took charges totaling $224.2 million related to loss of value on its fleet of 42 regional aircraft in the 37-50 seat ...

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