Although United Airlines cut its annual budget by $7 billion through its three-year Chapter 11 reorganization, its unit costs do not appear to be significantly lower than those of its network competitors with the exception of Northwest Airlines. Furthermore, on a stage-length-adjusted basis excluding fuel, UA still has among the highest unit costs in the industry. This information is contained in an 8K filed yesterday with the US Securities and Exchange Commission in which a presentation to ...

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