United Airlines Holdings, Inc. is a holding company, which engages in the provision of transportation services. It operates through the following geographical segments: Domestic, Atlantic, Pacific, and Latin America. The company was founded on December 30, 1968 and is headquartered in Chicago, IL.
Shares in UAL encountered some turbulence this week, with investors buckling into their seats for the year ahead.
United Airlines writes a $15 million check to acquire some air taxis that’ll apparently ferry city slickers to and from airports for less than 150 bucks. Snazzy.
Juuuust as airlines start topping their pre-pandemic profits, “industry-wide operational challenges” are leading to a rough landing for their earnings.
United Airlines flies on the tailwinds of a bullish outlook, which hints that a pandemic recovery is on the horizon for airline stocks.
Airline investors are bracing for impact after seeing their investments nosedive in value on the back of sky-high fuel costs.
The fourth quarter was smooth sailing for United Airlines, but it looks like there could be turbulence on the way as it heads into 2022.
Shares of United Airlines manage to pull it back, dipping in early morning trading after Q2 results are released but closing Wednesday up 3.8% and remaining steady through Thursday.
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