(Reuters) -United Airlines said it expects first-quarter revenue to drop by 66%, which is near the lower end of its prior forecast, buoyed by improving demand for domestic travel.
The company said it now expects first-quarter revenue to fall 66% to $ 3.2 billion from the same period in 2019. It had previously forecast a drop of between 65% and 70%. (https://
The airline said its average daily cash burn for the quarter is expected to be about $ 9 million per day, an improvement of about $ 10 million compared to the fourth quarter of 2020.
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