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(Reuters) – United Airlines said on Monday its first-quarter revenue is expected to fall 66% compared with the same period in 2019, with the decline near the low end of its prior forecast.
The U.S. carrier, which had previously forecast its first-quarter revenue to drop between 65% and 70%, now expects revenue of $3.2 billion. (https://
United Airlines sees first-quarter revenue falling 66% vs 2019
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