A disappointed United Airlines management team says a poorly calibrated revenue management system, sub-optimal use of the fleet and pressure on Pacific yields, particularly in China, depressed the carrier’s third quarter financial performance, and that efforts already have started to increase revenue and control costs. While missing its own financial targets—and expectations from Wall Street—the airline posted a net income of $379 million in the September quarter, a $373 million ...
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