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The analyst states that the revised U.S. airline estimates reflect a stronger near-term revenue trend, stubbornly higher fuel prices, anticipated demand softening, and planned and expected capacity growth moderation.
Syth believes United is well-positioned to take advantage of the recovery in business and long-haul international travel.
She added that greater exposure to these segments that are still recovering should result in less pressure of demand loss than in past recessions.
United is better positioned to weather the impact of pilot supply and cost trends while benefiting from industry supply constraints, noted the analyst.
She states that UALs highly elevated United Next Capex plan is a notable risk for the airline heading into any slowdown.
Price Action: UAL shares are trading lower by 3.27% at $35.52 on the last check Thursday.
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