United Airlines and US Airways today joined a growing list of airlines whose financial reports reflect the furious struggle to pay for fuel.
United reported a loss of $2.7 billion for the June-ending second quarter, while US Airways' losses were $567 million.
Excluding special items, United suffered a $151 million loss for the period; US Airways, $101 million.
United noted in its news release that the quarter's earnings were $425 million worse than the same period last year.
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