United Airlines will initially test basic economy fares on flights to/from Minneapolis before rolling out the offering to its entire domestic network. United president Scott Kirby, speaking to analysts and reporters to discuss United’s 2016 earnings, said the Chicago-based airline wants to “make sure everything works” with basic economy before it rolls it out “to the rest of our domestic system in the near future.” Basic economy fares will go on sale soon for ...

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