NEW YORK—An upbeat and energized United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz told an audience here his company’s mission is to become the best airline in the world. Munoz touched briefly on the April 9 incident in which a passenger was injured when he was forcibly dragged off a United Express aircraft to make room for crew. But the main focus of his June 15 speech at the Wings Club was his aspirations for United’s future. Sounding confident and positive about the airline’s ...

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