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Arbitrator sides with Continental Airlines pilots on regional jets | cleveland.com

Continental Express with United Express

Continental Express with United Express

The new United Airlines can’t identify its 70-seat regional jets as Continental Airlines flights, an arbitrator has ruled.
The arbitrator agreed with Continental’s pilots, who argued that their labor contract requires them — not regional pilots — to fly planes of that size.
The new airline is free to fly 70-seat jets from Continental hubs in Cleveland, Newark and Houston. But the flights must be marketed as United Express flights.

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Mark Plumley

I have always looked to the sky at the wonderful aluminum tubes darting through the sky. My love for aviation has taken me to many airports and air shows and I hope to be able to experience many more in the years to come and to share my experience along the way.

1 comment

  1. Mark Plumley

    Is this good or bad for CLE? Could be good.

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