, parent company of United Airlines, said Thursday that bad weather would snow in December revenues. No specific numbers were given, but the shortfall is not unexpected as weather-related delays and cancelled flights have become an epidemic lately.
The company filed a document with the
Securities and Exchange Commission
that said October and November revenues were lower than expected, with December taking the biggest hit. One of United's major hubs is in Chicago, which has been swathed in white stuff lately as the midwest feels the icy grip of winter.