United Airlines rode a double-digit revenue increase and declining non-fuel unit costs to deliver a third-quarter (3Q) net income of $836 million, a 29% year-over-year (YOY) improvement. The Chicago-based carrier saw passenger revenue jump 11.6% to $10.1 billion, while total operating revenue edged past $11 billion, up 11.2%. Operating expenses rose 11.9% to $9.8 billion, driven by a 42% increase in fuel costs. “Our stand-out third-quarter performance, which produced double-digit ...

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