(KPRC) A Harris County, Texas woman is suing United Airlines for more than $170,000 in damages after she says she was burned by hot coffee on a Continental Airlines flight in 2011.The case, filed by Lourdes Cervantes, stems from a trip on Continental Flight 63 before the carriers merged.Cervantes wa Full story
Gordon Bethune, former Continental Airlines chairman & CEO, weighs in on where the airline industry is headed, as well as the recent bad news regarding loose seats on American. "Bankruptcy won't fix your company, you have to do something [that makes] p...
Jeff Smisek , Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Continental Airlines and Glenn Tilton, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President of UAL Corporation speak during a news conference announcing the merger between Continental Airlines and United Airlines in New York, in this May 3,
A logo is pictured on a wall during a news conference announcing the merger between Continental Airlines and United Airlines in New York, May 3, 2010. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton