United Airlines parent UAL Corp. said in a US Securities and Exchange Commission filing that it expects second-quarter revenue to increase over the year-ago period as both capacity and traffic fall. Second-quarter mainline passenger RASM is expected to rise 4%-5% year-over-year, with consolidated PRASM lifting 3.5%-4.5%. At the same time, mainline and consolidated capacity are expected to decline 1.4% from the year-ago period. Mainline traffic will fall 4%-4.5% and consolidated RPMs will ...

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