Continental Airlines' third-quarter result, scheduled to be released Thursday, will include $91 million in special charges, it said in a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission. Charges comprise $33 million for severance and continuing benefits for departing employees, $12 million for future lease costs on grounded 737-300s, an $18 million noncash charge related to its decision to transfer all year-round London flights to Heathrow from Gatwick, $11 million related to future ...

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