United Airlines’ aggressive strategy of growing faster than its peers and relying heavily on small regional jets that others are shedding is paying off, even as more revenue is needed to offset rising fuel costs. The Chicago-based carrier is on pace to increase year-over-year capacity, measured in available seat miles (ASM), 4.9% this year, comfortably within its target of 4-6% annually through 2020. The 2018 figure will likely outpace U.S. peers American Airlines and Delta Air Lines ...

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