There’s talk in the US market of a modest price war, as United – in catch up mode – breaks ranks and proposes expanding capacity. This would rock the boat in an ocean that has been relatively calm and blue in recent years. Aside from United’s need to regain lost ground, other factors suggest a new environment could be around the corner.
Hear the insightful views on this subject from CAPA – Centre for Aviation executive chairman, Peter Harbison…
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