United Airlines remains focused on its product and on improving the customer experience rather than investing in new aircraft because it sees its fleet as "relatively young," Chairman and CEO Glenn Tilton told ATWOnline during the Star Alliance meeting in Beijing. He said the 104-strong widebody fleet is not the first priority for replacement. He said he sees the 777-200LR as an excellent aircraft for UA and he also will have a look at the 747-800. Regarding its 767s, UA is evaluating the ...

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