CRJ700NG in the Delta Connection livery. SkyWest Inc., the Utah-based parent of regionals SkyWest Airlines, Atlantic Southeast Airlines and ExpressJet, said Friday it is expecting to report a $13-$15 million net loss for the first quarter. It explained that it has produced approximately 15,000 fewer block hours during the quarter ended Thursday, compared to the year-ago period "primarily as a result of severe winter weather storms, mainly in January and February. As a result of ...

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