Tag Archive: Continental Airlines

Continental no more, Callsign changing to United on Wednesday – CanadianBusiness.com

United and Continental airlines will get clearance from the Federal Aviation Administration on Wednesday to operate as a single airline, the union for Continental pilots said. The so-called single operating certificate means that, as far as the FAA is concerned, United and Continental are one airline. For passengers, it’s a different story. The company will …

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ALPA request denied, UA-CO will merge flight ops sooner than later – Reuters

Pilots at United Airlines lost on Thursday in their bid to postpone the integration of flight operations with Continental Airlines, an essential step to completing the 2010 merger of the two carriers. U.S. District Judge Sterling Johnson denied the request by the Air Line Pilots Association ALPA.L, the union representing United’s pilots. Johnson said ALPA …

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$1 Billion Redevelopment Project at Houston’s Bush Intercontinental Airport to Begin – United Continental Holdings

Mayor Annise Parker and the Houston Airport System in partnership with United Continental Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: UAL) today announced that construction on the first phase of the $1 billion redevelopment project at Bush Intercontinental Airport will begin by the end of the year. Phase one of the three-phase project will create a new Terminal B …

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Continental retires first 767-224, N68155 – OPShots.net

May 17, 2011.  The first Continental 767-200 (N68155, 767-224ER, cn 30434) to retire from the new CO/UA fleet was flown to Goodyear, Arizona (GYR) today for storage, and rumored onward delivery to an unnamed Russian carrier. Delivered to Continental in February 2001, the aircraft is just over ten years in age and the first 767 …

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