Reporting its first quarterly results since exiting Chapter 11 in February (ATWOnline, Feb. 2), United Airlines parent UAL Corp. said it lost $306 million excluding bankruptcy-related items, widened from a deficit of $302 million in the year-ago period. Including noncash gains related to its restructuring, United earned $22.9 billion in the three months ended March 31 versus a loss of $223 million last year. "The company today is on strong financial footing," Chairman, President and CEO ...

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