United Airlines Trims Mexico Flights as Demand Stumbles

A United Airlines aircraft on the ground in Chicago. United is trimming some of its Mexico flying, though it is adding some routes, including Chicago to Leon/Guanajuato.

Skift Take: In the airline industry, flights come and go all the time. Clearly, United is calculating it can make more money sending its aircraft to places other than Mexico. Domestic demand remains robust, almost every airline has said on recent earnings calls.

— Brian Sumers

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