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Glenn Tilton Quotes

not a foregone conclusion.
Glenn Tilton
#Conclusion

We expect to formally exit bankruptcy in early 2006, with a target exit date of February 1st.
Glenn Tilton
#Bankruptcy

United has made fundamental and sustainable improvements in our operations, cost structure and revenue strategy.
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#Cost

These global financial institutions see opportunity in United -- even in the midst of the ongoing brutally competitive industry environment.
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#Environment

Clearly, we're disappointed that our mechanic and related employees, represented by IAM District 141M, did not approve the tentative agreement with United, ... Nevertheless, we remain fully committed to the goals of the United Airlines Union Coalition in achieving labor cost savings that will enable us to secure federally backed loans.
Glenn Tilton
#Agreement

United Airlines will continue to provide customers with the same experience and level of service they have come to expect, ... We stand by our commitment to provide customers with convenient schedules, quality onboard services and the most extensive route network in the U.S. and abroad.
Glenn Tilton
#Experience

show just how far we have come at United. Our business plan is viable and financeable and has the full support of the banks. This financing will enable us to exit and to compete effectively in this industry.
Glenn Tilton
#Business

With these filings before the court, the countdown has begun, ... We expect to formally exit bankruptcy in early 2006, with a target exit date of February 1st.
Glenn Tilton
#Bankruptcy

With these filings before the court, the countdown has begun, ... We expect to formally exit bankruptcy in early 2006, with a target exit date of February 1.
Glenn Tilton
#Bankruptcy

What we can do and what we have done, is improve the operations of our entire company so that we are in the best possible position to respond to the industry changes that we and our competitors will undoubtedly confront,
Glenn Tilton
#Company

United has made tremendous progress in our restructuring to improve performance across the board, in costs, revenue, operations and service to our customers.
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#Performance

much stronger position to seize growth opportunities as we move forward.
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#Growth

No matter how well United or any U.S. carrier transforms its business, none of us will be as strong as we should be ? much less in a position to compete in the emerging global aviation industry ? if there's no change to the regulatory environment in which we operate,
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#Business

We are very excited by this historic opportunity to be the first U.S. carrier to provide direct service to Vietnam in almost 30 years.
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#Opportunity

Vietnam holds huge potential of becoming a significant trading partner and an emerging market for U.S. goods and services.
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#Potential

We are focusing on the things that we do best, which means growing our business in engines, landing gear, high-tech components, avionics and line maintenance,
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#Business

We also recognize that there is work where we at United do not have an advantage. That work is performed for us by vendors in the U.S., Korea and other countries, now including China.
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#Work

important steps forward as we work to transform United.
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#Work

We look forward to continued cooperation with all of our unions and employee groups as we work to reach consensual agreements that will help us redesign our business and compete more effectively in the long term.
Glenn Tilton
#Cooperation

United is a better company today for competing with Frontier in Denver, and it'll be the same with Southwest, ... If they fly you from Denver to every single place they fly, it would be 60 percent of the coverage United offers today, with no connecting flights.
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#Company

We're here today because we're not in denial, ... At United today, we face facts.
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#Denial

other U.S. competitors who provide a commodity product with the barest minimum of service.
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#Service

United will have to address the issue of the competition from low-cost carriers, ... United is going to have to broaden our appeal to more customers than simply high-end customers. United is going to have understand that, in the aggregate, there are fewer customers out there, so we have to appeal to them all.
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#Competition

Chapter 11 does not mean United is going out of business. In fact it means the opposite,
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#Business

This is a huge step in enabling this airline to emerge from Chapter 11 as a stronger, more competitive company,
Glenn Tilton
#Company

The results we are reporting make it clear that we have done well this quarter in overall cost control, especially given the significant reduction in capacity.
Glenn Tilton
#Control

We are pleased to have received this support for our Plan from our creditors. These results validate our efforts to develop an exit plan that is in the best interests of all of our stakeholders and maintains our strong momentum toward emerging from Chapter 11 in February.
Glenn Tilton
#Support

The confirmation of our plan is a clear validation of the work we have done to make United a sustainable enterprise with a strong financial and operational foundation. We will leverage that foundation to take full advantage of the opportunity we have to compete for leadership in the U.S. and worldwide.
Glenn Tilton
#Work

We have achieved a great deal in our restructuring to reposition this company and build upon our assets, an unrivaled global network and our dedicated employees.
Glenn Tilton
#Company

As we move ahead, United is committed to continuous improvement in costs, revenue and operations to optimize our resources and sustain competitive margins. We have achieved a great deal in our restructuring to reposition this company and build upon our assets, an unrivaled global network and our dedicated employees. We can be better. We are in a very competitive industry, and we take nothing for granted.
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#Improvement