WASHINGTON (Reuters) -United Airlines was set on Tuesday to announce an order for 50 widebody 787 Dreamliners from Boeing and 60 A321 narrowbody jets from Airbus , two people with knowledge of the matter told Reuters. Boeing shares were up 2.2% in early morning trading, while Airbus shares were up 0.4%. Airbus, Boeing and United declined to comment.
United Airlines (UAL) closed the most recent trading day at $41.62, moving -1.61% from the previous trading session.
United Airlines' (UAL) new program gives U.S. military pilots access to conditional job offers as First Officers.