United services to Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, and Mexico continue to operate normally in the wake of United's Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing, local sources report. The only exception is Chile, where United had already planned to cease ten years of operations on Jan. 6, 2003; ticketed passengers were directed to other airlines. Sources also report that Lan-Chile is preparing to fill any voids left by United's departure; its U.S. market share stands at 36.9%, followed by American ...
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