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United Bucks Industry in Keeping First-Class

United to Keep First-Class Cabins Jeff Smisek, chief executive officer of United Continental Holdings Inc., points to a Boeing Co. 737-924 extended range jet bearing United Airlines livery and the Continental Airlines logo (unseen) following its arrival as the inaugural flight for United Continental on Oct. 1, 2010. Photographer: Aaron M. Sprecher/Bloomberg United Airlines will keep three-class cabins on some wide-body jets, separating itself from some peers switching to two tiers of service, as… ( More...

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Can't wait for the merger to be complete. It looks like its going to be one hell of a product and one that will be hard to match


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