Continental Airlines returned to profit in the second quarter ended June 30, reporting income of $100 million compared to a restated loss of $28 million in the year-ago period as revenue growth and savings from its labor restructuring agreements overcame record fuel prices. Net income for the current period included a $47 million gain related to the contribution of ExpressJet shares to its defined benefit pension plan during the quarter. Excluding this gain, net income totaled $53 million. ...

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