United posts $1 billion 3Q profit on high demand; lifts full-year guidance

Credit: Rob Finlayson
United Airlines raised its full-year earnings forecasts following a stronger-than-expected third-quarter, driven by robust passenger demand and industry-leading cost discipline. Chicago-based United on Oct. 15 lifted its estimate for 2019 earnings-per-share to $11.25-$12.25, higher than previous...

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