United Airlines reports a $737 million net profit for 2022, a significant improvement over the $-1.964 billion loss for 2021. The fourth quarter saw good margins but was impacted by storm Elliott. United Airlines: $737 million net profit in 2022. United’s operating...
The new agreement between Mesa Airlines and United Airlines extends for five years and will see the regional carrier deploy up to 38 Bombardier/Mitsubishi CRJ900s with United Express in the coming March. United will get a ten percent share in Mesa and provide a credit...
A fallout between American Airlines and its regional partner Mesa Airlines has ended in a climax: American has terminated the contract with Mesa and will stop using its services from April. At the same time, Mesa is about to confirm a new long-term agreement with...
United Airlines is fully committed to Boeing for its long-term widebody and narrowbody fleet requirements by confirming a bumper order for 100 Dreamliners and 100 MAX. The 787 order that was announced today is the largest widebody aircraft order by a US airline and...
UPDATE – United Airlines intends to launch operations with Archer Aviation eVTOL vehicles between New York City and Newark Airport in 2025, the airline and start-up airframer announced in a joint media statement today. This makes United the second US airline...
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