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Articles About United Airlines
March 15, 2014
United Shows Apple Preference With New In-Flight Streaming Service
United Airlines announced that this spring, its passengers will be able to stream a wide selection of movies and shows on their Apple devices in-flight.
February 09, 2014
8 Airport and Airline Perks En Route in 2014
Airports and airlines are consistently trying to upgrade their facilities and jets, making them more appealing and comfortable for passengers.
February 03, 2014
United Continental Cuts Flights, Jobs From Cleveland Hub
United Continental said over the weekend that it plans to reduce the number of daily departures from its Cleveland hub, resulting in significant job cuts.
January 16, 2014
United Announces Huge Layoffs, Union Gives Nasty Response
United Airlines announced that it will involuntarily furlough 685 flight attendants as a part of a $2 billion plan to cut costs.
November 27, 2013
Grounded: Fewer Americans Set to Travel This Thanksgiving
AAA calculates that there will be less travel during the Thanksgiving holiday this year, but those who do hit the road will go farther.
October 28, 2013
Is United Continental’s Record Fine a Cause for Concern?
United Continental received a record-setting $1.1 million fine from U.S. regulators late last week for stranding passengers at a Chicago airport.
October 25, 2013
Beyond Baggage: United Airlines Slammed by Record Fine
The Department of Transportation handed down a record fine for United's tarmac violation in July 2012.
September 22, 2013
Is the Justice Department Picking on American, US Airways?
Attorneys for the airlines are asking for documents in hopes of proving the DOJ is picking on the two of them. Do they have a case?
September 15, 2013
United Decides to Honor Computer-Glitch Tickets
United Continental has decided to honor the low-price tickets that were sold on the United website for several hours on Thursday due to a computer error.
September 06, 2013
United Airlines Shows Recession-Era Troubles Are Fading
United Continental announced Thursday that it would recall the nearly 600 pilots the company put on furlough in 2008 and 2009.
September 06, 2013
Facebook Finds a Fan in SunTrust, Honda’s New Accord, and 3 More Hot Stocks
Here are some hot stocks seeing market movement today.
September 05, 2013
4 Consumer Stock Stories Making a Commotion on Thursday
Your Cheat Sheet to the top consumer business news:
September 02, 2013
United Is Looking to Make Travel to China Easier
United Airlines filed permission with the U.S. Department of Transportation to operate three weekly nonstop flights between San Francisco and Chengdu, China.
July 30, 2013
The US Airways-American Merger Is Set to Clear This Big Hurdle
The deal will reportedly receive European Commission approval, after the two airlines agreed to give up slots at Philadelphia and Heathrow airports.
July 17, 2013
Boeing Dreamliner 787s Down, But Not Out (Of the Air)
Dreamliners continue to fly as the Boeing 787 fire is investigated, and it doesn't look like they'll be grounded anytime soon.
July 05, 2013
Can LOT Get a Boeing 787 In the Air? In Your Dreams
LOT Polish Airlines is the next victim of a Boeing 787 grounding, as two of its planes experienced difficulties relating to the power system and tracking system.
July 01, 2013
PMI Survey: European Manufacturing Not as Bad as Thought
European manufacturing activity receded less than expected in May. The Purchasing Managers Index ticked to 48.8 percent, up from 48.3 in May.
June 28, 2013
The American-US Airways Merger Is on the Fed Radar
The Department of Justice is taking sworn testimony to help it determine whether the American and US Airways merge breaks antitrust laws.
June 27, 2013
Dream Interrupted: Another Boeing 787 Grounded
Another Boeing 787 is grounded due to a problem with the power supply to the plane's air conditioning system.
June 24, 2013
Boeing Woes with 787 Continue, Telefonica Sells Subsidiary, and 3 More Hot Stocks
Boeing continues to struggle with 787 Dreamliner with two more emergency landings in the last week, and Telefonica can finally pay down debts with recent sale...
June 24, 2013
Is Boeing’s 787 in Danger of Another Investigation?
Another United Airlines flight has been grounded thanks to a 787 malfunction.
June 22, 2013
Does Gogo’s Rough Stock Opening Indicate Future Trouble?
Gogo's stock dropped 5.8 percent on its first day of trading on Friday, leading some to question the company's profitability
June 21, 2013
(Not) Living the Dream: Another One of Boeing’s 787s Diverted
Another one of Boeing's 787 Dreamliners en route from London to Houston was forced to divert to Newark due to a low oil indication, following a string of 787 incidents.
June 20, 2013
Will Boeing’s New Aircraft Blow by the Competition?
Boeing secures a $30 billion deal in exchange for 102 models of its new Dreamliner 787-10.
June 19, 2013
This Is How United Is Changing its Loyalty Program
United Airlines is making some big changes to its MileagePlus loyalty program.
June 18, 2013
Sprint Suing Dish, Smithfield Reluctant to Split: Morning Buzzers
U.S. stock futures have remained steady as investors await data on home construction and the results of a Federal Reserve meeting. Here's your cheat sheet to the stories buzzing this morning.
June 17, 2013
United: Can it Soar Back After a Forgettable 2012?
After years of upheaval for United Continental, the airlines is finally posting gains, making improvements, and showing greater scores of customer satisfaction.
June 17, 2013
GE Cuts Costs, Boosts Jet Efficiency With Ceramic Parts
GE's new ceramic composite parts could boost fuel efficiency, while potentially shortening travel time.
June 09, 2013
Can United Airlines Find Success with Social Media?
United Airlines, which is owned by United Continental Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:UAL), is one of many companies hoping to successfully integrate social media
May 24, 2013
Boeing Stock Soars With Return of 787 Dreamliner
Boeing Co.'s troubled 787 Dreamliner aircraft has been approved for use in Japan and will begin flying out of All Nippon Airways this weekend.