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United Airlines on Tuesday reported first-quarter profits that topped analysts’ expectations.
The airline reported profits of 50 cents a share for the first three months of the year, on an adjusted basis. Wall Street analysts expected the airline to post a first-quarter profit of 40 cents a share.
The airline is scheduled to hold a conference call on its results Wednesday morning.