U.S. Airlines Trimmed Q1 Net Losses To $4.2B

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U.S. airlines narrowed their after-tax net losses to $4.2 billion in the 2021 first quarter (Q1), marking a substantial improvement from the 2020 fourth quarter (Q4), the latest data from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics shows. The first quarter in the U.S. got off to a rocky start, as a...

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