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NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD RELEASES UNITED AND IAM FROM MEDIATED NEGOTIATIONS

           NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD RELEASES UNITED AND IAM FROM
                         MEDIATED NEGOTIATIONS
    CHICAGO, Nov. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- United Airlines announced today that the National Mediation Board officially released United and the International Association of Machinists (IAM) from mediated negotiations.  This begins a 30-day "cooling off" period, during which intensive negotiations will be conducted.
    John Samolis, United's vice president of employee relations, stated, "The union and company have worked hard in businesslike negotiations, resolving a number of significant issues.  We remain confident that the parties will be able to settle those that remain."
    -0-                   11/14/91
    /CONTACT:  Lynn Martenstein, 708-952-4933; Joe Hopkins, 708-952-5770; or Ann Thoma (investors), 708-952-7501, all of United Airlines, or after hours, United Airlines corporate communications, 708-952-4088/
    (UAL) CO:  United Airlines; International Association of Machinists ST:  Illinois IN:  AIR SU: GK -- NY048 -- 4380 11/14/91 11:21 EST
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