More on Ted, the last part of United


Speaking of Ted, its end will hit hard in Denver. The low-fares unit had a major presence there, originally because it was good place to fight back against Frontier. But now Southwest is in Denver, and Ted soon won’t be. A National Public Radio reporter in Denver called the other day about the developments, and he spoke to Left Field. You can hear the conversation here.

A quick note: the reporter and the report should have made clear that we are talking the 737-300 and -500 here, not newer planes such as the 737-7/800 and -900 series, which United doesn’t have because it bought Airbuses instead.

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2 Responses to More on Ted, the last part of United

  1. Irving Deremer November 9, 2010 at 12:18 pm #

    Wow!!- Mel cheating on his mistress. Who’d a suspected it? Just do not go reproducing any more Mel. You have eight children, sufficient. And look what is going to be bringing up your 9th infant – a dingbat.

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