Simple Flying - Jay Singh
United Airlines is looking out at the world with a lot of optimism. Speaking on the carrier’s fourth-quarter earnings call, executives expressed a significant amount of confidence in the airline’s performance internationally, especially in the case of premium travel and premium leisure space. This outlook continues after over a year of the airline expressing its confidence in the overall market for premium international travel.
Speaking on Thursday, Andrew Nocella, United’s Chief Commercial Officer, stated the following on its 2022 plans:
“We’ve definitely pointed a lot of incremental capacity across the Atlantic for this spring and summer in anticipation of this recovery. I can tell you, in fact, we’re booked ahead from a passenger and revenue perspective on those flights this spring and summer already. And so, we’re ready to get flying. We do need to get past this latest Omicron wave, but we feel really good about the future.”