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United Airlines is still losing money, and it's waiting for a turnaround in lucrative business and international travel to get it back to profitability. United said Monday that it lost $1.36 billion in the first quarter. The loss would have been wider without federal payroll aid, but it was still slightly worse than expected. United executives aren't commenting on the results until Tuesday, but they have said recently that bookings for future flights are looking better heading into the summer vacation season. Still, United and its fellow large airlines depend on the return of high-fare business and international travelers, and nobody knows exactly when they will come back.