United Airlines is seeing encouraging signs from its transpacific routes, a traditionally strong section of its international network. “The Pacific is performing at a higher level than our other internationals,” says United President Glenn Tilton. “The bookings are showing some real signs of recovery in Asia, both in load factor and in unit revenue.” At a ceremony where he signed a contract with Ameco Beijing to do heavy maintenance on United’s Boeing 777s and 747s for the next five ...

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