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Munoz(pictured)has been the CEO of United since the fall of 2015, but he suffered a heart attack and underwent transplant surgery early in his tenure. http://meaudreyreyes.universitypunjabi.org/2016/10/03/the-best-tips-on-finding-factors-of-osce-for-doctorSo now, he is looking ahead to his first fullyear leading the airline. The McClatchy news service reports that United has come to agreements with all of its unions so that they are no longer separated by what airline employed them prior to United’s merger with Continental. So now, the new executive team under Munoz’ leadership has developed a plan that includes a larger focus on domestic operations. International flights had always been a larger portion of United’s business because they were more profitable. But that market has gotten more competitive, so the carrier will be looking to grow its domestic business, which can also feed its international routes. To that end, the airline plans to offer more routes to smaller midwest cities from its hub at O’Hare in Chicago, as well as some longer flights to the west coast. It also plans to change some flight schedules to make it possible for passengers to make connections without long layovers, according to the report. (Image from file)
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