Aviation Sector

Oscar Munoz, CEO of United Airlines Plans to Return to Work in the First Quarter of 2016

Oscar Munoz, CEO of United Airlines Plans to Return to Work in the First Quarter

On Thursday, Oscar Munoz, the Chief Executive of United Continental Holdings Inc said that he will return to work in the initial quarter of 2016. It is sooner than expected that he is returning to work after suffering a heart attack just three week ago.

There has been speculation regarding the CEO's post in the United but this announcement clears all doubts.

United’s New CEO Oscar Muñoz Aims at Improving relation with Workers and Customers

United’s New CEO Oscar Muñoz Aims at Improving relation with Workers

Merger of United Airlines Inc. and Continental Airlines that happened five years ago has not yielded results as expected.

Mr. Munoz New CEO of United Airline says Things will Improve under his Leadership

Mr. Munoz New CEO of United Airline says Things will Improve under his Leadershi

United and Continental merged to form one of the largest carrier of the world about five years ago.

Jeff Smisek’s Departure from United Continental Leaves Challenges ahead for his Successor

Jeff Smisek’s Departure from United Continental Leaves Challenges ahead for his

Five years ago the United Airlines and Continental Airlines joined hands promising to create a better carrier but failed to keep up in many ways especially with operational tasks.

Drone Test Site at North Dakota Permitted to Fly High Day and Night

Drone Test Site at North Dakota Permitted to Fly High Day and Night

Alaska, North Dakota, New York, Nevada, Texas and Virginia were chosen as national test sites for unmanned aircraft in December 2013by FAA ( Federal Aviation Administration) but in they are still not allowed to be used for commercial purpose.

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