United: Lower Fuel Won’t Trigger Large Capacity Additions

Credit: Rob Finlayson
Falling fuel prices could trigger a small increase in near-term capacity but not major network additions at United Airlines, in part because of the airline’s success in passing through costs during fuel’s rise, a top United executive said. “In the next six months, I doubt” plans will change...

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