United Faces the Most Difficult Financial Quarter in Its Nearly 100-Year History

The airline lost $1.6 billion in Q2

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In what the company called “the most difficult financial quarter in its 94-year history,” United Airlines posted nearly $1.6 billion in losses in its second quarter earnings report.

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