United Airlines has outlined a strategy to cut $2 billion in annual costs and increase yearly ancillary revenue by $700 million by 2017. “The [cost cutting] plan includes reducing fuel consumption, increasing productivity, reducing sourcing costs, improving maintenance processes and inventory procedures and optimizing distribution methods,” United said in a statement, adding the ancillary revenue goal would be achieved “by giving customers new options, optimizing ...

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