How Will United’s Revenue And EBITDA Grow Over The Next Five Years?

by Trefis Team
United Airline Holdings
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Despite foreign currency headwinds and strong competition from small and low-cost carriers, United Continental is likely to expand its international operations rapidly over the next five years. This is expected to drive almost 50% of the airline’s revenue in the near future. However, the recovery in the crude oil prices is anticipated to pull down the network carrier’s EBITDA over the next few years. We estimate that United’s EBITDA will decline more than 15% by 2020 due to rising fuel costs.


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