How Has United Continental Utilized Its Cash Flows Over The Last Three Years?

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United’s cash flows more than doubled in 2015 due to the lower fuel costs during the year. The company used the increased cash flows to revamp its fleet of aircraft and return value to its shareholders through share repurchase.

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