United Airlines (UAL) has reported its third-quarter net income jumped nearly 23% to more than $1.02 billion from the year-earlier period on revenue of $11.38 billion, an increase of 3.4% from a year ago. UAL has been forced to cancel thousands of flights due to the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX and announced that it would take the aircraft out of its schedules until January 2020, with no MAX return date set. The grounding has weighed heavily on UAL’s growth plans. The airline said it expects to increase capacity by 3.5% this year, below the 4%-6% annual capacity growth it

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