United Electric Aircraft Order Positions It As Transformation Driver

United Airlines forecasts around 100 potential routes for the ES-19.
Credit: United Airlines
Once upon a time, United Airlines was best known for lost bags, frequently appalling customer service and an aging fleet. Its slogan, “Fly the Friendly Skies,” did not describe an experience attested to by many customers. And at times, the airline was operating a not very creative hub-and-spoke...
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