United Airlines said it expects fourth-quarter consolidated passenger RASM to fall 6.25%-7.25% year-over-year to 11.09-11.21 cents, while mainline PRASM should be down 7.5%-8.5% to 10.12-10.23 cents. CFO Kathryn Mikells said in a note to employees that the consolidated unit revenue performance was some 8 points better than the third quarter drop and more than 10 points improved from the second quarter, although she noted that UA "still have a ways to go before a full recovery." It was $411 ...

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