United Bets On Efficiencies From 50-Seater Retirements

United Airlines expects to reap a significant yield advantage through the accelerated retirement of 50-seat regional jets in favor of 76-seat regionals, the company’s CFO told investors Sept. 16. “We are over-reliant on the 50-seat regional jet today,” United CFO John Rainey said at a Morgan Stanley...

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