By: Steve Smith
United Airlines (UAL) is set to report earnings after the close today. But, it didn’t wait for the event to announce it is suspending flights of Boeing’s 737 max through the summer. It joins American and Southwest in halting the use of the plane involved in two recent crashes.
So what can we expect from not just United, but the entire airlines sector, which has been buffeted with concerns ranging from overcapacity, the grounding of Boeing’s (BA) 737 Max and rising fuel costs over the next few months.
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