After Fourth Quarter Pre-Tax Profit, Frontier Enters 2012 Without A Hedge

Frontier Airlines has no hedges in place on fuel for this year, but the CEO of parent company Republic Airways says he is confident the low-cost carrier subsidiary has reduced its costs and improved its revenue enough to make a profit even if jet fuel prices average $3.50 per gallon this year...

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