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The Calgary Airport Authority Appoints a New CEO
March 06, 2023
CALGARY– Matthew Heffernan, Chair of the Board of The Calgary Airport Authority, is pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Dinsdale as the new President & CEO of The Calgary Airport Authority (The Authority/YYC).
After an extensive international search, Chris Dinsdale was identified as the best strategic leader to take YYC through its next phase of growth. Chris was chosen for his deep experience, passion and proven track record in airports, along with his emphasis on developing lean and efficient operations. In addition, his focus on providing a unique and high-quality passenger experience and his experience developing strategic airline partnerships will allow YYC to continue its development into the future. The Board is confident Chris will amplify YYC’s success in providing our guests with the memorable and exceptional experiences they’ve come to expect from YYC and providing strong leadership for our Crew.
“Chris is a highly regarded leader in aviation, finance and business,” said Matthew Heffernan, Board Chair. “We are confident his leadership, operational knowledge and focus on positive customer experiences will ensure The Authority continues on its path of robust recovery and growth.”
Born and raised in Canada, Chris Dinsdale joins The Authority from the Budapest Airport where he has worked for almost eight years, most recently as CEO.
“Airports and aviation create jobs, drive innovation, and support economic diversification. I am delighted to join The Calgary Airport Authority, which plays a critical role in the Alberta and Canadian economies,” said Chris Dinsdale. “I am honoured to have the opportunity to work with the excellent team at YYC and very excited for the opportunity to continue to build on YYC’s solid foundation of ensuring a world class travel experience for our guests.”
Under Chris’ strong leadership, the Budapest Airport has recently received one of the highest awards in the airport sector from the Airport International Council, being voted by passengers as the “2022 Best Airport in Europe (15m – 25m PAX).” Also, during Chris Dinsdale’s tenure as CEO of the Budapest Airport, the airport received the 2022 Skytrax World Airport Awards, “Best Airport in Eastern Europe” award and received the 2022 “Cargo Hub of the Year” award at the distinguished Air Cargo News Awards. In addition, Chris has pursued a strong focus on community engagement and sustainability, with the Budapest Airport setting an aggressive 2035 deadline for achieving net zero emissions.
Chris Dinsdale will replace Bob Sartor who announced his departure as President & CEO in March 2022 after six years in the role. Chris Dinsdale will start his tenure at The Calgary Airport Authority later this year.
“On behalf of the Board of Directors, I would like to thank Bob for his dedication and exceptional leadership. We are grateful that he accomplished the goals he set out to achieve, including the strides he made in modernizing leadership, finances, and partnerships. We are pleased Bob has agreed to continue to lead the Authority until Chris joins us. We wish Bob the very best in his future endeavors,” said Mr. Heffernan.
Biography of Chris Dinsdale
Chris Dinsdale has served as the CEO of the Budapest Airport since April 2021. Chris joined the Budapest Airport as the Chief Financial Officer in 2015 and acted as the Deputy CEO until being appointed CEO. He also served as the Managing Director of Airport Fuel Services, the market leading aviation fuel supply subsidiary of the Budapest Airport, until 2020 and has also held the position of Chairman of the Supervisory Board since 2019 for BUD Security, which operates all passenger and staff security screening activities at the Budapest Airport. Prior to joining the aviation industry, Chris worked as the Chief Financial Officer of the publicly listed Wildhorse Energy. Chris moved to Hungary in 2004 to join KPMG Hungary working in various capacities, most recently as Director – Energy and Resource Advisory in Central and Eastern Europe. Prior to leaving Canada, he worked as a Project Manager at TD Bank Financial Group. Chris has a Bachelor of Engineering Science, Engineering Physics degree from Queen’s University and a Master of Business Administration degree (Finance) from the Schulich Business School, York University. Chris is married with three children.
ABOUT THE CALGARY AIRPORT AUTHORITY
The Calgary Airport Authority is a not-for-profit organization incorporated under the Regional Airports Authorities Act of Alberta and is responsible for the management, operation and development of YYC Calgary International Airport (YYC) and Springbank Airport (YBW). The Authority’s commitment to safety remains a top priority. Our airports are important economic generators for the city, region and province, supporting thousands of jobs and generating billions in GDP through associated economic activity. The Authority is also recognized as one of Alberta’s Top Employers for 2023.
Winter 2023 heats up with release of Flair Airlines Winter Schedule
- Winter 2023 will see an expansion in Las Vegas with the addition of service from Ottawa and Calgary
- Existing Phoenix service will move from Phoenix-Mesa to Sky Harbor and new route from Calgary to begin in October
- Majority of Winter 2023 capacity to be international or transborder
EDMONTON, AB, March 7, 2023 /CNW/ – Today, Flair Airlines, Canada’s everyday low fare airline, announces the release of an exciting winter 2023 schedule. The schedule features added depth across the network to give customers more choice, particularly to sunshine, at low fares.
Today’s announcement includes several new routes, including Toronto to Puerto Vallarta (beginning October 29, 4x weekly), Kitchener-Waterloo to Puerto Vallarta (beginning December 16, 3x weekly), Calgary to Las Vegas (beginning October 30, 7x weekly), and Calgary to Phoenix (beginning October 30, 4x weekly). Flair will also be the only carrier to serve Ottawa to Las Vegas (beginning October 13, 2x weekly).
Existing service from Vancouver and Edmonton to Phoenix will move to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport for the season, along with the new service from Calgary to Phoenix.
“With today’s exciting announcement, we are reaffirming our commitment to Canadians,” said Stephen Jones, President and Chief Executive Officer, Flair Airlines. “Our network offers more choice to more sun destinations than ever before. Rather than one reprieve from winter, we look forward to Canadians taking the opportunity to try all of the amazing destinations in our network.”
“We’ve optimized our network this winter to match demand for sun. It’s clear that Canadians want more affordable options for sun, more often,” said Garth Lund, Chief Commercial Officer, Flair Airlines. “We’ve focused on adding depth to our network by increasing frequencies on popular routes. We’ll now have daily service various routes, including Vancouver to Los Angeles and Toronto to Orlando to make it easier for Canadians to plan their winter travel.”
One-way fares at flyflair.com begin at $9 one way including taxes and fees (Thunder Bay to Toronto). Limited seats for a limited time. Flights are available for booking at flyflair.com.
All routes, including the winter schedule, are now on sale for 20% off base fare with code: SAVE20. Sale starts on March 7 and ends on March 9, 2023, for travel from March 7, 2023, to March 14, 2024. Terms and conditions apply. Limited seats for a limited time. *
About Flair Airlines
Flair Airlines is Canada’s leading low-fare airline and its greenest airline, on a mission to provide affordable air travel that connects them to the people and experiences they love. With an expanding fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft, Flair is growing to serve over 35 cities across Canada, the U.S., and Mexico. For more information, please visit www.flyflair.com.
*Use promo code: SAVE20. Limited seats for a limited time. Base fare only. Taxes and fees not included. Sale start: March 7, 2023. Sale end: March 9, 2023. Blackout dates: April 6 – April 7, 2023; April 10, 2023; May 18 – May 19, 2023; May 22 – May 23, 2023; June 30, 2023; September 1 – September 4, 2023; October 6 – October 9, 2023; November 10 – November 13, 2023; December 15, 2023 – January 7, 2024; February 15 – February 20, 2024.
Winter 2023 Weekly Frequencies
- Toronto (YYZ) – Fort Lauderdale (FLL): 14x weekly
- Vancouver (YVR) – Los Angeles (LAX): 7x weekly
- Toronto (YYZ) – New York (JFK): 4X weekly
- Toronto (YYZ) – Las Vegas (LAS): 4x weekly
- Vancouver (YVR) – San Francisco (SFO): 4x weekly
- Ottawa (YOW) – Fort Lauderdale (FLL): 4x weekly
- Toronto (YYZ) – Orlando (SFB): 7x weekly
- Vancouver (YVR) – Las Vegas (LAS): 7x weekly
- Edmonton (YEG) – Las Vegas (LAS): 4x weekly
- Kitchener-Waterloo (YKF) – Fort Lauderdale (FLL): 4x weekly
- Vancouver (YVR) – Phoenix (PHX): 3x weekly
- Calgary (YYC) – Phoenix (PHX): 4x weekly
- Calgary (YYC) – Las Vegas (LAS): 7x weekly
- Kitchener-Waterloo (YKF) – Orlando (SFB): 4x weekly
- Edmonton (YEG) – Los Angeles (LAX): 3x weekly
- Edmonton (YEG) – Phoenix (PHX): 4x weekly
- Ottawa (YOW) – Orlando (SFB): 4x weekly
- Ottawa (YOW) – Las Vegas (LAS): 2x weekly
- Vancouver (YVR) – Puerto Vallarta (PVR): 9x weekly
- Toronto (YYZ) – Cancun (CUN): 10x weekly
- Toronto (YYZ) – Puerto Vallarta (PVR): 4x weekly
- Edmonton (YEG) – Puerto Vallarta (PVR): 3x weekly
- Abbotsford (YXX) – Puerto Vallarta (PVR): 3x weekly
- Calgary (YYC) – Puerto Vallarta (PVR): 6x weekly
- Kitchener-Waterloo (YKF) – Cancun (CUN) 4x weekly
- Vancouver (YVR) – Los Cabos (SJD): 3x weekly
- Ottawa (YOW) – Cancun (CUN): 3x weekly
- Edmonton (YEG) – Los Cabos (SJD): 1x weekly
- Calgary (YYC) – Los Cabos (SJD): 1x weekly
- Abbotsford (YXX) – Los Cabos (SJD): 1x weekly
- Kitchener-Waterloo (YKF) – Puerto Vallarta (PVR): 3x weekly
- Toronto (YYZ) – Vancouver (YVR): 15x weekly
- Toronto (YYZ) – Calgary (YYC): 11x weekly
- Edmonton (YEG) – Abbotsford (YXX): 14x weekly
- Edmonton (YEG) – Vancouver (YVR): 14X weekly
- Abbotsford (YXX) – Calgary (YYC): 14x weekly
- Vancouver (YVR) – Calgary (YYC): 14x weekly
- Edmonton (YEG) – Kelowna (YLW): 11x weekly
- Winnipeg (YWG) – Toronto (YYZ): 10x weekly
- Kelowna (YLW) – Calgary (YYC): 7x weekly
- Kelowna (YLW) – Vancouver (YVR): 7x weekly
- Montreal (YUL) – Vancouver (YVR): 5x weekly
- Edmonton (YEG) – Toronto (YYZ): 7x weekly
- Abbotsford (YXX) – Toronto (YYZ): 7x weekly
- Kitchener-Waterloo (YKF) – Vancouver (YVR): 4x weekly
- Edmonton (YEG) – Winnipeg (YWG): 4x weekly
- Winnipeg (YWG) – Calgary (YYC): 4x weekly
- Saskatoon (YXE) – Calgary (YYC): 3x weekly
- Vancouver (YVR) – Winnipeg (YWG): 3x weekly
- Montreal (YUL) – Calgary (YYC): 3x weekly
- Halifax (YHZ) – Ottawa (YOW): 4x weekly
- Vancouver (YVR) – Saskatoon (YXE): 3x weekly
- Saskatoon (YXE) – Toronto (YYZ): 3x weekly
- Calgary (YYC) – Victoria (YYJ): 3x weekly
- Edmonton (YEG) – Montreal (YUL): 4x weekly
- Ottawa (YOW) – Vancouver (YVR): 2x weekly
- Kitchener-Waterloo – Calgary (YYC): 3x weekly
- Halifax (YHZ) – Kitchener-Waterloo (YKF): 2x weekly
- Kitchener-Waterloo (YKF) – Abbotsford (YXX): 3x weekly
- Ottawa (YOW) – Calgary (YYC): 3x weekly
- Kitchener-Waterloo (YKF) – Winnipeg (YWG): 2x weekly
- Edmonton (YEG) – Victoria (YYJ): 3x weekly
WestJet brings more seats and increased flight frequencies to summer schedule
Airline bolsters ambitious growth strategy with increased options for guests to travel across summer network
CALGARY, AB, March 6, 2023 /CNW/ – WestJet today announced significant increases to its summer schedule bringing more seats and additional flight frequencies to popular routes across its network. With nearly 600 daily departures during peak travel days, WestJet’s summer schedule enhancements will bring more opportunities for Canadians to travel seamlessly across the airline’s domestic, transborder and international network this summer.
“Providing our guests with even more opportunity to travel across our network this summer comes as a result of a thoughtfully designed schedule that balances the high demand for travel alongside a reliable and resilient operation,” said John Weatherill, WestJet Group Executive Vice President & Chief Commercial Officer. “With more seats available for booking and added capacity on popular routes, our summer schedule reflects a strengthened commitment to providing seamless domestic and transborder connectivity for our guests.”
Highlights of WestJet’s summer schedule increases over 2022:
- 64 per cent increase in seat capacity to/from Regina
- 46 per cent increase in seat capacity to/from Saskatoon
- 44 per cent increase in seat capacity to/from Edmonton
- 42 per cent increase in seat capacity to/from Winnipeg
- 27 per cent increase in seat capacity to/from Calgary
- 13 per cent increase in seat capacity to/from Kelowna
- 5 per cent increase in seat capacity to/from Vancouver
Enhanced flight frequencies across popular domestic and transborder routes:
|Route||2023 peak summer|
|2022 peak summer|
|Edmonton – Las Vegas||11x weekly||4x weekly|
|Edmonton – Los Angeles||7x weekly||4x weekly|
|Calgary – Denver||4x weekly||2x weekly|
|Calgary – Houston||13x weekly||7x weekly|
|Calgary – New York (JFK)||7x weekly||4x weekly|
|Vancouver – Saskatoon||7x weekly||4x weekly|
|Vancouver – Ottawa||11x weekly||5x weekly|
|Calgary – Yellowknife||14x weekly||7x weekly|
|Calgary – Windsor||7x weekly||3x weekly|
|Calgary – London, Ont.||14x weekly||7x weekly|
|Calgary – Montreal||20x weekly||13x weekly|
|Edmonton – Kelowna||35x weekly||27x weekly|
|Edmonton – Winnipeg||20x weekly||6x weekly|
|Edmonton – Yellowknife||7x weekly||3x weekly|
|Edmonton – Saskatoon||14x weekly||6x weekly|
|Edmonton – Regina||14x weekly||6x weekly|
|Edmonton – Victoria||20x weekly||13x weekly|
|Edmonton – Halifax||13x weekly||7x weekly|
|Winnipeg – Thunder Bay||13x weekly||7x weekly|
|Winnipeg – Saskatoon||12x weekly||7x weekly|
In 27 years of serving Canadians, WestJet has cut airfares in half and increased the flying population in Canada to more than 50 per cent. WestJet launched in 1996 with three aircraft, 250 employees and five destinations, growing over the years to more than 180 aircraft, 14,000 employees and more than 110 destinations in 24 countries.
For more information about everything WestJet, please visit westjet.com.
Recent recognition includes:
2020/2019 Number-One Ranked Canadian Airline Loyalty Program in Member Engagement (Bond Brand Loyalty)
2019/2018/2017 Best Airline in Canada (TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice awards for Airlines)
2019 Winner Among Mid-Sized Airlines in North America (TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice awards for Airlines)
2019/2018 Number-One-Ranked Airline Credit Card in Canada (Rewards Canada)
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Lynx Air’s inaugural flight to Las Vegas takes off from Calgary
CALGARY, Alberta, Feb. 24, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Lynx Air’s (Lynx) inaugural flight to Las Vegas takes off today from Calgary International Airport (YYC) to Harry Reid International Airport (LAS). Canada’s new ultra-affordable airline will operate four flights per week between Calgary and Las Vegas, flying brand-new Boeing 737 aircraft.
To celebrate Lynx’s inaugural Las Vegas flight, the airline is offering a chance to win a vacation package for two, including flights to Las Vegas, two nights’ accommodation at the SAHARA Las Vegas, and a Speed Vegas driving package. Lynx is also offering a limited-time seat sale, giving up to 50% off base fares for all flights between Canada and the United States, using the promo code: FLYUSA. The sale starts on February 24 and ends at 11:59 PM PST on February 26, 2023. Fares start from as low as $109* one way, inclusive of taxes and fees. For sale and contest details and to book an ultra-affordable fare, visit FlyLynxUSA.com.
“We are excited to launch our first flight to Las Vegas today, offering an affordable option for Canadians to visit the Entertainment Capital of the World. Las Vegas is a very popular holiday destination for Canadians, and it’s no wonder! From vibrant nightlife and high-end shopping to tours of one of the Seven Wonders of the World, there is something for everyone in Vegas.” said Merren McArthur, CEO of Lynx. “Whether you are travelling to experience some world-class entertainment, or to try your luck at the casinos, Lynx will ensure a great flying experience at an ultra-affordable price.”
“In less than one year, Lynx Air has expanded its route offerings out of YYC to include three of the most popular U.S. destinations. These exciting new routes are a testament to the tremendous success Lynx has seen in its YYC operations. We are thrilled with the strength of our collaboration and look forward to continuing to support Lynx’s growth and expansion,” said Carmelle Hunka, Vice President, External Affairs, ESG, Enterprise Risk & General Counsel for The Calgary Airport Authority.
“From a long list of imported entertainment powerhouses to the expansion of the National Hockey League, Canada’s influence on the destination is undeniable,” said H. Fletch Brunelle, vice president of marketing for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. “That unique relationship makes the launch of this direct route even more exciting, allowing for more visitors from one of our largest sources of international travel to access the destination and take advantage of all the Vegas has to offer.”
Lynx embarked on its U.S. expansion in late January and has already added Toronto – Orlando, Calgary – Phoenix and Calgary – Los Angeles to its network. With the addition of Las Vegas this week, Lynx will be operating over 5,000 seats to and from the U.S., giving Canadians an affordable option to visit some of the most popular sun destinations south of the border.
Lynx’s US schedule:
|Flight No.||Effective Date||Frequency||Departure|
Please note that dates are subject to change. Visit the website for full schedule details.
* Available for a limited time; restrictions apply.
About Lynx Air
Lynx Air (Lynx), Canada’s leading ultra-low-cost airline, is on a mission to make air travel accessible to all with ultra-affordable fares and a customer-focused flying experience. The airline was recently awarded Youngest Fleet in North America by ch-aviation. Lynx operates a brand-new fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft, bringing an elevated customer experience to low-cost travel in Canada. These ultra-efficient and reliable aircraft reduce Lynx’s carbon footprint, making Lynx one of Canada’s most sustainable airlines. Lynx is a privately owned Canadian airline with the financial backing and industry expertise required to transform the Canadian aviation landscape.
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Air Canada and United Airlines to Offer More than 260 Daily Transborder Flights and Two New Routes this Summer
United and Air Canada to increase summer capacity by more than 20% with new non-stop flights between Washington-Dulles and Vancouver and Calgary
MONTREAL and CHICAGO, Feb. 23, 2023 /CNW/ – Air Canada and United Airlines announced today that, through their enhanced transborder joint business agreement, they will offer industry leading capacity and new routes between Canada and the U.S. for summer 2023 – including a new United-operated flight between Washington-Dulles and Calgary and a new Air Canada-operated flight between Washington-Dulles and Vancouver. The carriers have collaboratively optimized their schedules, subject to applicable government and regulatory conditions, and added more flights to provide customers greater connectivity and more flexible flight times, with over 80 transborder codeshare routes and more than 260 daily flights.
“Through our longstanding partnership with United Airlines, Air Canada has been able to offer customers ever-increasing and significant benefits. This summer, customers will have even greater choice and convenience with our joint summer schedule made possible by our airlines’ new enhanced transborder agreement. Together we will offer more than 260 daily departures to the U.S, and new non-stop flights from Vancouver and Calgary to Washington-Dulles,” said Mark Galardo, Senior Vice President Network Planning and Revenue Management at Air Canada. “Our coordinated schedules will provide business travelers with the convenience of hourly service and the additional comfort of a business cabin on all flights between Toronto and New York and Chicago, as well as Vancouver and San Francisco.”
“We’re proud of our continued work with Air Canada to provide customers with even greater transborder connectivity, including adding more flights and new direct service to Calgary and Vancouver from Washington Dulles,” said Patrick Quayle, Senior Vice President of Global Network Planning and Alliances at United Airlines. “With schedules designed to give customers more flexibility with timing and more convenient connection options, as well as the ability to enjoy the benefits of both airlines’ loyalty programs, our agreement with Air Canada makes United the premier U.S. airline for travel to Canada.”
New Non-stop Flights Between Vancouver, Calgary and Washington
New, non-stop service between Vancouver and Washington-Dulles will begin June 1 and will be operated with an Air Canada Boeing 737 Max 8. United will also introduce a new, non-stop flight between Calgary and Washington-Dulles on June 2 on an Airbus 319. Air Canada and United will codeshare on these flights, allowing Aeroplan or MileagePlus® members to accumulate and redeem miles. Eligible customers and loyalty plan members will also be able to enjoy benefits including priority check-in, lounge access, priority boarding and other benefits where available.
|AC 1036||Vancouver 8:15||Washington 16:16||Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sun|
|AC 1037||Washington 17:10||Vancouver 20:01||Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sun|
|UA 2221||Calgary 13:30||Washington 19:54||Daily|
|UA 1125||Washington 9:00||Calgary 11:59||Daily|
The two carriers will operate more than 260 daily transborder departures in summer 2023, about a 20 percent increase in schedule capacity compared to summer 2022. The schedule will include up to 120 daily departures between the airlines’ hub markets, an increase from 101 in summer 2021. Flights will be timed to offer optimized connections at both Air Canada and United’s hubs and line stations.
The coordinated schedule will enable both carriers to offer shuttle-style hourly service throughout the day between key Air Canada and United hubs. The airlines will offer 29 daily flights with complementary timings between Toronto and New York/Newark and Chicago, and 11 daily flights between Vancouver and San Francisco.
|Route||Frequency||First Departure||Last Departure|
|Toronto-Chicago||13- times Daily||06:30||21:15|
|Toronto-New York/Newark||16-times Daily||06:15||21:00|
|Vancouver-San Francisco||11-times Daily||07:00||21:00|
Enhanced Western Canada Network to the U.S.
The airlines’ summer schedule also provides increased transborder service between the U.S. and Western Canada. There will be nine daily flights between Vancouver and New York/Newark, Houston and Chicago, and seven flights daily between Los Angeles and Vancouver. A second daily flight will be added between Calgary and both Chicago and Houston, and a second daily flight will also be added from Edmonton to Denver.
Air Canada and United will offer business class seats on every flight between their respective hubs. All eligible customers will be able to enjoy Air Canada’s Maple Leaf Lounges and United’s lounges, as well as the benefits of the carriers’ Aeroplan and MileagePlus® loyalty programs. Additionally, customers will have a wider range of flight options with more than 80 transborder codeshare routes. Overall, customers will be able to connect to over 100 codeshare destinations in the U.S. and 25 of the most popular cities in Canada.
Building on a Long-Standing Partnership
In July 2022, Air Canada and United announced a joint business agreement for the Canada-U.S. transborder market, building on their long-standing partnership that will give more flight options and better flight schedules to customers traveling between the two countries (coordination subject to regulatory conditions). Air Canada and United are also founding members of Star Alliance and a transatlantic joint business agreement with the Lufthansa Group.
In 2019, the U.S.-Canada transborder market was the second largest international passenger air transportation market in the world and the largest international market for both Canada and the U.S., as measured by seats.
About Air Canada
Air Canada is Canada’s largest airline, the country’s flag carrier and a founding member of Star Alliance, the world’s most comprehensive air transportation network. Air Canada provides scheduled passenger service directly to 51 airports in Canada, 51 in the United States and 88 internationally. It holds a Four-Star ranking from Skytrax. Air Canada’s Aeroplan program is Canada’s premier travel loyalty program, where members can earn or redeem points on the world’s largest airline partner network of 45 airlines, plus through an extensive range of merchandise, hotel and car rental rewards. Its freight division, Air Canada Cargo, provides air freight lift and connectivity to hundreds of destinations across six continents using Air Canada’s passenger flights and cargo-only flights with its fleet of Boeing 767-300 freighters. Air Canada has committed to a net zero emissions goal from all global operations by 2050.
United’s shared purpose is “Connecting People. Uniting the World.” From our U.S. hubs in Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, New York/Newark, San Francisco and Washington, D.C., United operates the most comprehensive global route network among North American carriers. United is bringing back our customers’ favorite destinations and adding new ones on its way to becoming the world’s best airline. For more about how to join the United team, please visit www.united.com/careers and more information about the company is at www.united.com. United Airlines Holdings, Inc., the parent company of United Airlines, Inc., is traded on the Nasdaq under the symbol “UAL”.
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