Sat, May 17, 2003
Most Schedule Cuts Blamed On Iraq War
As American Airlines continues to warn of possible
bankruptcy, United Airlines - already under Chapter 11 protection -
announced Friday it would reintroduce 162 flights suspended during
the war with Iraq.
To that end, UAL is also recalling more than 1500 flight
attendants next month.
executed new labor contracts with its major unions this month. The
airline hopes to spin off a low-cost carrier in the next 12 months.
And, overall, United says things are looking... brighter.
"As we prepare for the summer travel season, we have been
encouraged by the upturn in bookings that indicate a strong
recovery in many of the markets we serve," said Marty St. George,
director of network planning for United.
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