United Continental Holdings reported a $448 million net loss for the first quarter, compared with a $213 million net loss for the same period last year.
The loss includes $162 million in special costs "primarily" related to United's integration of Continental Airlines, according to the carrier.
United's average first-quarter one-way fare increased nearly 7% to $271.76.
Chief Revenue Officer Jim Compton during the carrier's earnings call said corporate revenues increased 10% year over year, with average corporate yield, a representation of average fare per mile, up 4%.
Source: Business Travel News