UAL Corp., parent of United Airlines, reported a $187 million net loss for November in a filing with the US Bankruptcy Court, including $159 million in largely noncash reorganization expenses involving aircraft-related transactions. The company posted a net loss of $698 million in October, 84% of which was tied to charges related to the termination of its pilots' defined benefit pension plan (ATWOnline, Nov. 24). Improvement was noticeable, however, as UAL approaches its emergence from ...

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