In a sign that an already warming used aircraft market could continue to heat up, United Airlines says it is among the cadre of cost-conscious carriers eyeing second-hand jets as a potential source of near-term, cost-effective lift. “We are working to meaningfully reduce our capital expenditures over the next four years by working with the aircraft manufacturers and continuing to explore opportunities in the used aircraft market,” United CFO John Rainey told analysts on the ...
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