United Airlines parent United Continental Holdings posted its second straight strong earnings period in the third quarter, reporting net income of $924 million, indicating the carrier may finally be joining the US airline industry’s financial turnaround. The third-quarter net profit more than doubled net income of $379 million in the prior-year period and followed a second quarter in which United earned net income of $789 million. Despite a disappointing $609 million first-quarter net ...

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