United Continental led the US industry with pro forma 2010 net income of $854 million. Courtesy photo. The US's eight largest airline companies (counting United Airlines and Continental Airlines as one) earned collective 2010 net income of $2.32 billion with all but American Airlines profitable for the full year, ATW calculated. That result reversed a $3.21 billion net loss in 2009. Total 2010 revenue rose 14.8% compared to 2009 to $122.18 billion, outpacing a 7.9% lift in ...

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