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Airline Weekly - July 28 , 2008

Airline Weekly - July 28 , 2008 - Blighted United: America’s third largest airline suffers an awful first half of 2008

Cover Story BLIGHTED UNITED: AMERICA’S THIRD LARGEST AIRLINE SUFFERS AN AWFUL FIRST HALF OF 2008 When United CEO Glenn Tilton writes his memoirs for 2007 and the first half of 2008, he won’t need to borrow the title “From Worst to First” from ex-Continental CEO and author Gordon Bethune. Instead, he might want to use the title: From Pretty Good to Awfully Bad. Last summer, United Airlines...

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Airline Weekly - November 16, 2009

Airline Weekly - November 16, 2009 - To Merge or Not to Merge: That is the question for Continental, which may yet decide to fully fuse with United

Cover Story TO MERGE OR NOT TO MERGE: THAT IS THE QUESTION FOR CONTINENTAL, WHICH MAY YET DECIDE TO FULLY FUSE WITH UNITED Last summer—about a month before the Lehman Brothers saga, in fact—British Airways and Iberia said they were discussing a merger. But about four months before that, an even bigger merger discussion was taking place across the Atlantic: Continental was talking to United. Ultimately,...

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Airline Weekly - May 10, 2010

Airline Weekly - May 10, 2010 - What the Merger Means: United and Continental make their tie-up official. What now?

Cover Story WHAT THE MERGER MEANS: UNITED AND CONTINENTAL MAKE THEIR TIE-UP OFFICIAL. WHAT NOW? Last week, America’s Big Five moved to become the Big Four. United and Continental, airlines number three and four by size, agreed to create number one, taking United’s name and chairman but Continental’s branding and chief executive. Assuming the all-stock deal is finalized, United’s shareholders...

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