United Airlines received US Bankruptcy Court approval Friday of an amendment to its debtor-in-possession financing that includes upsizing its loan by $310 million to $1.3 billion and a reduction of the interest rate it pays under the loan. "We believe the amendment is beneficial to United and reflects our lenders' ongoing confidence in our ability to execute on our business plan," the carrier said in a recorded message to employees. "The amendment also ensures our access to cash as we work ...

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