Four months ago we set several goals: to reach consensual agreements on cost savings with all of our unions, to improve productivity, and to lay the foundation for a more flexible and efficient airlineUAL unions ratify new contracts Apr 30, 2003
With this critical milestone behind us, we can now move quickly to implement the ratified changes tin all our of our labor agreementsUAL unions ratify new contracts Apr 30, 2003
These changes are essential to taking United from where we are today, to transforming the company to one that is capable of competing in the marketplace of the futureUnited reaches deal with largest union Apr 09, 2003
Given the new financial challenges to United and this industry created by the current external environment, I believe this is an appropriate stepExecutive Business Briefing Apr 04, 2003
United Airlines will continue to provide customers with the same experience and level of service they have come to expectUnited Airlines files for bankruptcy Dec 09, 2002
Glenn F Tilton (born April 1948 in Washington, DC) is the Chairman, President, and CEO of UAL Corporation and its subsidiaries, most notably United Air Lines, Inc. He has held this role since September 2002, 3 months before UAL Corp. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. He came to UAL from ChevronTexaco.
Tilton is also Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Air Transport Association, the industry trade organization representing the leading U.S. airlines, which, along with their affiliates, transport more than 90 percent of all U.S. airline passenger and cargo traffic.
Tilton grew up in Latin America, and attended high school in Brazil, where his father worked for the United States' Central Intelligence Agency. After earning a bachelors degree in International Relations from the University of South Carolina, Tilton originally was going to follow his father's footsteps and join the C.I.A. Instead, Tilton began a career in the private sector working for Texaco in 1970, servicing gas stations throughout Washington, D.C.