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continental air

[¦känt·ən¦ent·əl ′er]
(meteorology)
A type of air whose characteristics are developed over a large land area and which therefore has relatively low moisture content.
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NYSE: UAL), has announced a merger with Continental Airlines Vacations, a vacation brand from Continental Airlines, another subsidiary of United Continental Holdings.
The Continental Airlines App is another example of Continental's commitment to technology and innovation that makes travel more convenient for our customers," said Jared Miller, Continental's managing director of self-service and emerging technology.
Continental Airlines, which will be celebrating ten years of daily non-stop flights between Birmingham and the Big Apple this July 6, has donated four return tickets to New York for the winning team.
1% revenue spike despite a fourth-quarter net loss of $26 million, Continental Airlines reported 2006 net income of $343 million, a strong turnaround from a 2005 loss of $68 million, as full-year revenue jumped 17.
The Continental Airlines security screening area project is part of a major $105 million plan by The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey for tightening airport security and speeding the journey from curb to gate at its three major airports, LaGuardia, Kennedy and Newark Liberty.
The airline's customers will only need to check in once for the flights, receiving seat assignments and boarding passes through to their final destination, as well as seamless luggage transfers, according to Continental Airlines.
Peek under the Continental Airlines canvas covering the entrance and there it is, the letters still firmly attached to the building, waiting to be replaced.
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We are excited to announce our new partnership with Continental Airlines," said Red Bull New York Managing Director Erik Stover.
Continental Airlines, the highest earning US carrier in the 2006 third quarter with $237 million in net income, said it expects to report a "modest loss" for the fourth quarter, adding that consolidated RASM likely will increase 4.
Continental Airlines has started asking corporate clients to indicate electronically how much they spend on air tickets with rival carriers.
Each vacation prize includes round-trip air transportation for two persons via Continental Airlines and hotel accommodations at some of the world's finest resorts and hotels.

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