UAL Corp., parent of United Airlines, reported a $124 million net loss for April, which included $28 million in reorganization expenses. The company previously reported it lost $127 million in April 2004, including $28 million in reorganization expenses (ATWOnline, May 28, 2004). Operating loss for the month totaled $47 million, a $28 million improvement over the year-ago period despite $91 million in additional fuel expense. Mainline unit costs for the month rose 7% year-over-year on 4% ...

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