Julie Johnsson

Airline Reporter, Chicago Tribune

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Airline and aerospace reporter for the Chicago Tribune

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United Airlines, the world's second largest carrier, today  announced cost-cutting measures  due to rising oil prices.

United's 'Friendly Skies' Aren't Looking So Friendly

United Airlines, the world's second largest carrier, today announced cost-cutting measures due to rising oil prices.

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