Continental Airlines has unveiled a plan to launch nonstop Boeing 787-8 service from its Houston hub to Lagos, Nigeria, just days before its top executive heads to Washington to defend his decision to merge with United Airlines. The route, like the recently unveiled plan to operate its first 787 between Houston and Auckland, New Zealand, requires government approval. Although the Auckland authority should be procedural, obtaining Nigerian permission could be as problematic as it was in ...

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