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Why is United raising its prices while American has dropped prices?

Why is United raising its prices while American has dropped prices?

  1. Darren C

    Based on numerous Google Flights searches, United flights on identical itineraries are triple that of American flights.

    Is United doing this to get more stimulus money?

    Maybe United only wants to carry United employees and medical personnel. Neither group pays for its tickets.

  2. Anonymous

    The question is really why anyone is lowering prices….the only people flying right now are the people who [I]need[/I] to, so might as well charge whatever!

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