United Airlines, Spirit Airlines and Delta Air Lines have all released revised outlooks for their respective third-quarter 2017 financial performance, with United in particular projecting a four-point drop in its pre-tax margin guidance for 3Q 2017. Chicago-based United lowered its pre-tax margin forecast for the 2017 third quarter to 8%-10%, compared to its prior guidance of 12.5%-14.5%. Additionally, the airline lowered its PRASM guidance four points to a 3%-5% loss in revenue for the ...

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