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Analysis: What a United-Continental Merger Could Mean

April 30, 2010 | Posted in: Airline News,News,United

analysis united continental merger

I put on my “analyst hat” today, to ruminate over what a United-Continental merger could mean.

Toward that end, I also went over tons of our current and historical airfare data, and came up with some interesting insights. For instance, the lack of “overlap” in the route systems of these carriers.

If you’d like to know more, please take a look at this “white paper” of mine, called “United andContinental to Merge — Will We Care in Twenty Years?”

And we’ll talk more about this Monday – one way or the other.

2 Responses to “Analysis: What a United-Continental Merger Could Mean”

  1. Ken Warner says:

    Is it possible to find out which airline has more 1K’s and million milers? That would certainly affect our ability to upgrade if we’re a 1K with United.

  2. Rick Seaney says:


    Stay tuned for more details – both airline CEO’s were very enthusiastic about the “complimentary” nature of the airlines loyalty programs.


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