United Airlines Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner landing in London Heathrow International airport in England, UK.
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Business travel demand has “plateaued” but revenue continues to rise thanks to strong demand and capacity constraints, United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby told CNBC on Tuesday.
Major companies, many in tech, have announced plans to cut back on spending, like business travel, or even lay off workers. San Francisco is one of United’s major hubs, along with Newark, New Jersey, Houston, Washington, D.C., and its home base of Chicago.
“It feels like business travel, and this probably is indicative