United Airlines said its fourth-quarter PRASM is expected to rise 3%-4% while CASM excluding fuel will rise 1%-1.5%. CFO Kathryn Mikells told employees in a conference call that "lower fuel prices are clearly good news. . .At United, every dollar per barrel that fuel declines gives us about $60 million in fuel savings per year excluding hedging impacts." UA previously said it expects to record $232 million in cash fuel hedging losses and $138 million in noncash mark-to-market hedging losses ...

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