United Airlines A320. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. United Airlines and Continental Airlines have agreed on a path to obtain a single operating certificate from FAA that will see the merged carriers retain the "legacy Continental operating certificate and the legacy United repair station certificate," according to UA VP-Corporate Safety, Security, Quality & Environment Michael Quiello. The information was contained in a communication from Quiello to UA employees last week. ...

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