5 Signs That United Airlines Is Finally Getting Better

Just two weeks ago, we shared “United’s Quest to Be Less Awful“, which discussed how the airline plans to turn itself around. Now, Ted Reed at Forbes is going a step further and chronicling 5 actual signs which he believes indicate that United is already on the road to recovery. One such sign is the recent pilot ratification of a two-year contract extension that won 79% approval.

During the recently ended Smisek era, a large number of United earnings calls involved executives saying that results were insufficient and would soon improve. Now, even as critics continue to pummel United, it strikes me that things are changing quickly. My impression is based on five events during the past 10 days.

Unfortunately, we were not granted permission to share the story here, but be sure to check out the interesting read at Forbes.

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