United Continental is on course for $1.4 billion profit

09/27/2011 | Wall Street Journal, The

United Continental Holdings continues to face hurdles after a year of merging the two carriers, United Airlines and Continental Airlines. Aviation fuel prices have surged and the economy remains fragile, but business at the merged airline is robust as the company expects a $1.4 billion profit for 2011. Now, the airline faces the challenges of a new system for reservations, approvals from the government and negotiating labor contracts.

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