United 777 with post-merger livery. Photo: Courtesy, UA. United Airlines reported third-quarter net income of $387 million, reversed from a $57 million loss in the year-ago period, while affiliate Continental Airlines posted a third-quarter net profit of $354 million, reversed from an $18 million net deficit in the 2009 September quarter. United Continental Holdings earlier this month became the parent of the two carriers, which continue to operate independently for the time being ...

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