United Airlines parent UAL Corp. lost $30 million in the month of August, primarily owing to $82 million of largely noncash reorganization expenses related to the rejection of aircraft. Excluding reorganization charges, the company reported a net profit of $52 million for the month. It did not provide a comparison with 2004, but last year it reported a net loss for the month of $56 million net of $11 million in reorganization expenses (ATWOnline, Sept. 24, 2004). In its monthly operating ...

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