Utah-based regional carrier SkyWest Airlines boosted its net income in the 2019 second-quarter, aided by its ongoing fleet transition initiatives and the divestiture of ExpressJet Airlines in January 2019. The company recorded 2Q net income of $88 million, up 13% from $76 million in the year-ago quarter. Revenue totaled $744 million, down 7.6% from $806 million in 2Q 2018, and related to the sale of ExpressJet in January. Excluding ExpressJet revenue in 2Q 2018, SkyWest’s 2Q 2019 ...

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