(Reuters) - Computer problems affecting some United Continental Holdings Inc flights have been resolved, the airline said in a posting to its official Twitter feed on Thursday. Full story
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United Airlines passengers were still having difficulty getting a reservations agent on the phone and experiencing other glitches on Tuesday, more than three weeks after a computer switchover that was supposed to make traveling better after the airline's merger with Continental. Full story
CNBC's Phil LeBeau has the story on the United Airlines and Continental facing computer glitches due to the merging of both network systems.
File picture shows a general view of the Continental estate in the northern German city of Hanover July 16, 2008. Continental, Germany's biggest tyre maker, said January 14, 2013 it expected its growth to slow in 2013 as a weak European economy hurts car sales in the region. Automakers are facing a
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