Continental Airlines Chairman and CEO Larry Kellner told the Houston Chronicle that "if the government wanted to re-regulate the business, I wouldn't be opposed to it" and that "what we've got today doesn't work. It isn't creating a stable industry." He told the paper that managing labor costs was key and "the structure of the [Railway Labor Act] creates a very cumbersome process." Separately, CO received tentative approval from the US Dept. of Transportation to operate daily Houston ...

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