United Airlines plans to retire one Boeing 747-400 in September, and one in November, according to a message from the carrier’s 747-fleet manager. The news comes as United contemplates how to proceed with a fleet that is becoming increasingly more cost-effective as fuel prices remain low. The 374...
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