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 quarter ending in September, a $373 ...


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