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  • Single Operating Certificate for United / Continental

    On the following link is a message from United Continental Holdings about the single operating certificate.
    From now on all flights will have the callsign: United

    http://ir.unitedcontinentalholdings....697&highlight=

    Rgds, Ger
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    If your FAA message link is read correctly, the merging of UA/CO flight codes will occur during the first quarter of 2012. That could likely mean as late as March, so don't jump the gun!

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      Originally posted by Duncan T View Post
      If your FAA message link is read correctly, the merging of UA/CO flight codes will occur during the first quarter of 2012. That could likely mean as late as March, so don't jump the gun!

      Hi Duncan.

      Ger is referring to the callsign, which is now United for both Airlines, this is the text from the article in the link.

      Effective today, air traffic control communications will refer to all United and Continental flights as "United." .

      Mike / Speedbird
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