Trump pledges better deal for US aviation, but won't slow Gulf carrier growth - micebtn
The three biggest US carriers - American Airlines, Delta and United object, claiming the Middle East airlines have unfairly benefited from national subsidies. This is a long-standing complaint, but one that has little objective data backing it up ...
EU sharpens tools to face Gulf carrier challenge - Khaleej Times
At the same time, major U.S. carriers American Airlines Group, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines have resumed their campaign against the Gulf carriers by pressuring the new U.S. administration to renegotiate its open skies agreements with the United ...
Twitter: From user 'Samantha Greene'
@British_Airways curious that even the lousy airlines - united in particular - upgrade their premium fliers - for free - if there is space
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Oscar Munoz: Chief Executive Officer, United Airlines https://t.co/bQygSFrUYw
US Travel Calls for Trump to Support Open Skies Agreements - Meetings Net
American, Delta, and United Airlines—known as the Big Three among U.S. airlines—have been petitioning the government for two years regarding Open Skies agreements with Middle Eastern carriers Etihad, Emirates, and Qatar Airways. Their argument is ...
VisitScotland, United Airlines Collaborate On Campaign Via ... - MediaPost Communications
VisitScotland is promoting United Airlines daily non-stop flight to Edinburgh from Newark with a dynamic campaign designed to reach potential travelers in the ...
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Flight #UA895 (United Airlines) from Chicago arrived at gate 18:53.
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Flying United Airlines Business Class B777-200 Chicago-Rome https://t.co/kc9TNwopHU #Travel
First-ever Tampa to San Francisco flight will take off with a party next week - Tampa Bay Business Journal
Lopano, Tampa International Airport's CEO, will be heading to the other Bay area city to visit his son who lives there. Chicago-based United Airlines, a unit of United Continental Holdings, (NYSE: UAL), announced the new route at TIA last summer.
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News: United Airlines reports net income of $965 million for third quarter - https://t.co/GUPaZHHOa3 https://t.co/KcaxjqB96v