Company Overview of United Airlines, Inc.
United Airlines, Inc. offers passenger and cargo air transportation services. As of October 28, 2015, the company operated approximately 700 mainline aircraft. It operates flights to destinations in the United States, Canada, and Latin America, as well as in the Atlantic and Pacific regions. The company was formerly known as Continental Airlines, Inc. and changed its name to United Airlines, Inc. in March 2013. The company was founded in 1934 and is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. United Airlines, Inc. is a subsidiary of United Continental Holdings, Inc.
233 South Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60606
Founded in 1934
Key Executives for United Airlines, Inc.
Acting Chief Executive Officer
Chief Executive Officer, President (Leave of Absence), Director, Member of Executive Committee and Member of Finance Committee
Acting Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President of Finance & Procurement and Treasurer
Chief Operations Officer and Executive Vice President
Chief Revenue Officer and Vice Chairman
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
United Airlines, Inc. Key Developments
United Airlines Reaches Tentative Labor Deal with Pilots
Nov 23 15
United Airlines announced that it had reached an agreement in principle with the Air Line Pilots Association for a contract extension covering the airline's 12,000-plus unionized pilots. The agreement comes more than a year ahead of the amendable date of the current contract.
United Airlines and IAM Agree to Open Contract Negotiations Early, Further Expand Job Protection for Employees
Nov 6 15
United Airlines and the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers agreed to commence contract negotiations more than one year ahead of the scheduled amendable date of their agreements. These negotiations, which cover nearly 30,000 United employees, are expected to proceed on an early and expedited basis. As part of this agreement, United has extended through Jan. 15, 2019, its commitment not to contract out work currently performed by the IAM-represented group at all hub and station airport locations. United has joint collective bargaining agreements covering the majority of its represented employees. The company and the IAM have executed seven joint collective agreements in the past few years for the airline's ramp service and passenger service agents, storekeepers, load planners, maintenance and fleet technical instructors, and other groups. United is also engaged in mediated negotiations with the Association of Flight Attendants and has entered into discussions with its pilots, represented by the Air Line Pilots Association, to consider an extension of their current collective agreement. Additionally, United recently announced an agreement with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters to put a proposed joint collective bargaining agreement out for ratification by the company's technicians and related employees.
United Airlines Announces Executive Changes
Nov 5 15
United Airlines announced that its chief executive, Oscar Munoz, who suffered a heart attack last month, plans to return to work in the first quarter of 2016. Munoz has been on leave since October 16 after suffering a heart attack the prior day. On October 19, United Continental appointed general counsel Brett Hart as acting chief executive.
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