Citing strong network-wide demand, United Airlines raised first-quarter PRASM guidance to up 1%-3% and said pre-tax margins, expected to be flat before, could be up 1% or more. “What we did is we’ve increased the revenue guidance by a point and the margin guidance as well by a point,” United president Scott Kirby said a March 13 investor conference hosted by JP Morgan. “Looking forward, we know that things can change in a hurry in this industry as they have in ...

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