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Airlines are in a hiring frenzy as summer travel season nears
Pilots, in particular, are in high demand. Airlines don't want to be caught off guard like they were last year.
United Airlines employees granted religious exemptions from vaccine mandate will be put on unpaid leave
The move is likely to be challenged in court.
United places its biggest order for new planes
It's a sign that United believes travel is back and is betting on growth again.
Can the supersonic flight make a comeback?
United has ordered 15 Concorde-like planes, with the expectation that they could be carrying passengers by 2029.
United, weighed down by losses, aims to nimbly navigate COVID storm
The airline expects first-quarter operating revenue to shrink as much as 70% from the same period two years ago.
For the United Airlines CEO, the top job means "taking care of people"
Scott Kirby talks about taking the helm at a major airline during the height of the pandemic.
Flying soon? That middle seat might be occupied
More airlines are starting to sell middle seats to increase capacity on their flights.
Airlines to start offering pre-flight COVID tests
United Airlines will be the first to do so starting Wednesday.
United Airlines drops ticket change fees for domestic flights
Consumers have to be careful, as the fees still apply to the most basic economy fares.
United furlough warnings could be the tea leaves for the airline industry
United Airlines warned 36,000 employees Wednesday that they could be furloughed in October.