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As the holidays approach, United Airlines wants you to know you can book them with confidence. In a not-so-subtle dig into the operational issues that plagued other carriers (most recently American Airlines), United CEO Scott Kirby sent an email touting his stable schedules, strong staffing arrangements and record. enviable vaccination. It all adds up, Kirby claims, to United as the obvious choice for vacation travel.
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