[UPDATED] Chicago-based United Airlines posted a $637 million net profit for the 2017 third quarter Oct. 18, down 34% from 3Q 2016 as the airline weathered an estimated $210 million loss in revenue from the August-September hurricanes and faced increased competition from ULCCs. Last year, United posted a $965 million net profit for the 2016 September quarter. The airline reported a pre-tax margin of 10.4% for the quarter, down 5.3 points year-over-year (YOY), and in its fourth-quarter ...

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