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What Is United Continental’s New Fleet Plan?

United Continental Airlines, along with all other airlines, has benefited hugely from the low oil prices. Consequently, the low cost environment has enabled the carrier to refurbish, upgauge, and add more capacity to its fleet. While refurbishing helps the company provide its clients with a more convenient and comfortable flying experience, fleet replacement reduces its […]
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