Company Watch - United Airlines.
American, United favor open skies despite LHR impact; UK still negotiating as vote nears American Airlines and United Airlines, the only US carriers permitted to operate to London Heathrow, are backing adoption of a tentative US-EU open skies accord, on which EU transport ministers are scheduled to vote today, even though it could hurt them in the London market. Mar 22, 2007
Triad International Maintenance Corp. is working to diversify its operations while expanding into new parts of the world since being taken private in a financial transaction completed last December, according to Executive VP and CMO R. Gene House, who joined the company last July after more than four decades with United Airlines. House's boss, President and COO Ron Utecht, is also a United alumnus with 39 years with the airline. Mar 21, 2007
Airline still supports industry consolidation United Airlines is still a proponent of airline industry consolidation, Chief Financial Officer Jake Brace said today. However, he said it remains to be seen whether any U.S. airlines will move to merge as early as this year. Mar 21, 2007
United CEO supports proposed open skies agreement United Airlines' CEO says the company supports the proposed open skies agreement. Glenn Tilton says the agreement will benefit consumers in the U.S. and the EU. If approved, the agreement will open London's Heathrow airport to competition from more airlines. United operates flights out of Heathrow Mar 20, 2007
United Boss Supports 'Open Skies' The head of United Airlines voiced support for a transatlantic air travel pact even though the company will have to confront the same prospect of new competition as British Airways and Virgin Atlantic. Mar 20, 2007
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