UAL Corp., reported that its February loss widened to $291 million from $259 million in February 2004, but the parent of United Airlines said it met the monthly requirements of its debtor-in-possession financing. In its Monthly Operating Report filed with the US Bankruptcy Court, UAL said the current-period loss was net of $92 million of largely noncash reorganization expenses. This compares to $119 million in reorganization expenses last year (UAL did not provide a comparison with the ...

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