Continental Airlines and United Airlines, which legally merged under a single holding company on Oct. 1, reached an agreement with the Ohio attorney general in September that stipulates a post-merger CO/UA will "maintain specified levels of air service" at Cleveland International, the airlines said in a joint statement. According to a copy of the settlement provided to ATW by the AG's office, CO/UA has agreed to maintain for two years following the closure of the merger ...

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