United's low-fare airline-within-an-airline Ted is planning to expand its fleet by 20% and increase its service from its Denver, Washington Dulles and Chicago hubs to markets in Florida, Mexico and the Caribbean this year, employees were told yesterday. The carrier's fleet of A320s will grow from 47 to 56, but United stressed that this will be achieved by converting nine mainline passenger aircraft to the Ted configuration and not by adding more aircraft. Specific flight increases will be ...

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