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  1. New transcontinental flights will operate alongside United routes from Newark, New Jersey. Chicago-based United Airlines will resume service at New York John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in February 2021, marking a return to the New York market's busiest airport for the first time in five years. The carrier announced plans to launch transcontinental service on two nonstop round-trips from JFK to Los Angeles Airport (LAX) and San Francisco International (SFO) beginning Feb. 1, 2021. The flights will operate out of JFK’s Terminal 7. The new cross-country flights
  2. 07 MARCH, 2019 SOURCE: FLIGHT DASHBOARD BY: EDWARD RUSSELL WASHINGTON DC United Airlines will unveil an updated livery that chief executive Oscar Munoz calls an "evolution" in the next few months. "It's an evolution not a revolution," he says on the sidelines of the US Chamber of Commerce aviation summit in Washington DC today. "I think it's pretty cool." The Chicago-based carrier will unveil the livery update in the "April-ish" timeframe, adds Munoz. United uses an adapted version of the former Continental Airlines "globe" logo and livery that was designed by Lippincott an
  3. United Airlines Holdings Inc. is nearing an order for its first long-range Airbus SE A321neo jets, people familiar with the matter said, dealing a new setback to rival Boeing Co. as the U.S. planemaker struggles through the grounding of its 737 Max. The Airbus sale is for 50 of the European company’s A321XLR jets, with deliveries to begin in 2024, said the people, who asked not to be named because the talks are private. Valued at $7.1 billion before customary discounts, United’s order would expand the U.S. foothold of a single-aisle variant capable of handling North Atlantic r
  4. The European Commission (EC) has given the US a stern warning not to take any action against Milan-based Air Italy that would prevent it flying to the US. ATW has obtained a copy of the letter, which was sent from EC Mobility and Transport director general Henrik Hololei to US State Department under secretary, economic growth, energy and environment Manisha Singh. In it, Hololei uses unusually direct language to make clear that the EC “will take all steps necessary to defend the rights of the European Union (EU), its Member States and its air carriers” under the EU-US Open Skies ag
  5. United Airlines pilots say that since the Chicago-based carrier now controls the board of the Colombian airline Avianca, Avianca flying falls under the scope clause in their contract. The United chapter of the Air Line Pilots filed a grievance on June 6. In a report to members, Grievance Committee Chairman Joe Pedata wrote that under the scope clause, “Company flying must be performed by pilots on the United seniority list, and Avianca pilots are not on our list.” The scope clause in a pilot contract determine how much flying can be outsourced. United spokeswoman Megan McCart
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