United Airlines is “actively pursuing” more used aircraft and sees its recently activated strategy of adding second-hand lift as a long-term play that provides more fleet flexibility, a top executive said.    “We have a huge order book of new aircraft, but to add also a bunch of used aircraft wherever we find that opportunity, we think makes a lot of sense,” CFO Andrew Levy said at the recent JP Morgan Global Aviation and Transportation Conference. ...

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