United Airlines planned to operate two "green corridor" transatlantic demonstration flights Saturday "using state-of-the-art flight planning to reduce environmental impact and save fuel." UA partnered with Nav Canada and UK NATS to determine the best routings. It said it would operate a 777 from Chicago O'Hare to Frankfurt and then a return flight using the same aircraft. It was to use a flight planning system "to compute optimum routing, altitudes and speeds ...

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