Boeing 737-500s, 767-200ERS Could Be Dropped As United Continental Reacts To Rising Fuel

United Continental Holdings is looking at its Boeing 737-500s and 767-200ERs as candidates for fleet reduction to meet its revised capacity growth for 2011 (Aviation Daily, March 9). The decision to reduce both domestic and international supply, due to rising fuel costs, includes a review of...

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