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News & Analysis: United Airlines Holdings
The airline giant reported yet another quarter of double-digit adjusted EPS growth on Tuesday. But free cash flow is falling due to high capex.
It'll be a good earnings season, if the quarterly results released tonight are any indication.
Two of the three U.S. airlines that own Boeing 737 MAX jets recently acknowledged that the plane won't return to service until at least November.
An analyst upgrade and a sign of pricing power provided lift to the shares.
The airline has some spiffy new technology that could help customers avoid the massive hassle of missing a connecting flight.
Carriers including Delta, United, Spirit, and Ryanair were all falling by double digits in May.
The airline's restructuring plan remains on schedule.
But a more profitable rival still looks like a better bet for long-term investors.
American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Holdings, and United Continental are salivating over the opportunity to operate more flights at Tokyo's most convenient airport.