Thanks for the vote of confidence. I think you touched on a key, which is the route structure. After the employees, it is UAL's best asset. Tilton did say from the beginning, despite much pressure to do otherwise, that he would preserve the route structure. Now with the route structure largely intact at a significantly lower cost structure, the capital markets are finding UAL to be a worthwhile investment risk. Without the current cost structure, the financing offers would not have come. UAL would have then been thrown to the wolves.GogglesPisano said:I think UAL will prosper again. Cheap labor, cheap leases, much less debt. Lots of people willing to line up with cash. They still have one of the best route networks.
Good luck to all at UAL. Hopefully the next 3 years will be less stressful than the last.
OTOH, I think the contracts you currently see at the legacies are the best they're ever going to get.
There are fees and charges galore and if you follow the stink you will find a lawyer attached to every one.skykid said:Really? The SEC filings show you are way off on that one.