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United receives third Boeing 787 – FlightGlobal.com

United Airlines has received its third Boeing 787-8 from the manufacturer, with two more due before the end of the year. The aircraft is registered N26902 (MSN 34822) and was delivered to the Chicago-based Star Alliance member on 21 November, according to Flightglobal’s Ascend Online database. The Dreamliner will begin revenue flights on domestic routes …

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So Long, Continental. Now, It’s Just United – InvestorPlace

More than a year after their merger, the two carriers are just one Sometime around 2 a.m. this Saturday morning, the long-familiar name of Continental Airlines will fly no more. The Continental name has already been airbrushed off (or however planes get repainted these days) the aircraft themselves, but now it’s also coming off the …

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United Makes New First and Business Class Confusing…We Make It Clear – Conde Nast Traveler

If you’re lucky enough to be flying with the fancy people in a premium cabin on United, get ready for some confusion. United has changed the names of its cabins, and it’s enough to make your head spin—there are different names for the exact same thing. Seriously. Let’s break it down. As most of us …

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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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