United Airlines and AirTran Airways yesterday revealed the amount of revenue lost as a result of last month's record-breaking snowstorms in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast US. UA said the storms cost it $40 million in foregone revenue as consolidated February RASM rose 17%-19% year-over-year as system capacity dropped 5.3%. It would have been down just 1.8% without cancellations resulting from the winter weather. UA flew 7.82 billion RPMs during the month, up 2.1%, while ASMs were down to ...

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