Frontier Airlines Holdings, which is operating under bankruptcy protection, said it posted a $27.9 million net loss in January and a $2.8 million operating profit. Net result would have been a $2.8 million loss excluding reorganization items and mark-to-market fuel hedge transactions. January reorganization costs reached $28.3 million. Mainline unit revenue rose 4.4% year-over-year while unit cost fell 20.1%. President and CEO Sean Menke said the company is "now focused on securing the ...

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