The nine US passenger airlines that have already released full-year financial results for the past year collectively earned a net profit of $11.6 billion in 2013, or $7.4 billion excluding one-time special charges, according to the 2013 Financial Recap released by Airlines for America (A4A).  The nine US passenger airlines’ profit margin for 2013 came to 7.8%, or 4.9% excluding special items. In the fourth consecutive year of profitability for US carriers, the 2013 result marked a ...

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