Storm, Maintenance And Crew Costs Push SkyWest To First-Quarter Loss

U.S. regional carrier SkyWest says it expects to report a first-quarter loss of $13-$15 million, citing myriad factors that contributed to a financial performance that turned out worse than expected. The severe winter storms in January and February were one factor, reducing by about 15,000 the block...

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