United Airlines plans to re-bank several of its hubs later this year, in an effort to boost connectivity in its domestic network. The strategy is a departure for the carrier, which has unbanked hubs. United will begin the re-banking project at Houston George Bush Intercontinental, Washington Dulles International and Chicago O’Hare International airports later this year. The increased costs of re-banking will be more than offset by the increased revenue from greater connectivity, ...

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