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Airlines losses narrowed in 1Q to $552 million

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NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. airlines charged more in fares and fees and reduced debt as they improved their financial performance in the first quarter. They still lost money, which is typical for the year's first three months travel slows after the holidays and delays rack up from snow storms. But the deficit was $552 million — or $3.30 per passenger — compared with $1.7 billion in same period in...

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