Given the swift changes we are seeing in the marketplace, we need to react prudently but quickly to bring our capacity more into line with demandContinental cuts flights to Mexico May 01, 2009
This demonstration flight represents another step in Continental's ongoing commitment to fuel efficiency and environmental responsibilityU.S. jet flies on biofuel Jan 09, 2009
Continental is coordinating assistance for passengers who need help dealing with this tragedyPlane mechanic sucked into jet engine Jan 17, 2006
We will continue to earn our employees' trust and maintain our culture of treating each other with dignity and respectContinental workers reject union reps Jul 29, 2005
We're grateful that our pilots, mechanics, dispatchers and simulator engineers ratified their agreementsContinental flight attendants reject cuts Mar 31, 2005
Lawrence W. "Larry" Kellner (born 1959) has been CEO of Continental Airlines since December 2004, when former CEO Gordon Bethune retired. He previously served as a vice president, chief financial officer and chief operations officer for the airline.
Kellner grew up in Sumter, South Carolina. He graduated from the University of South Carolina in 1981 with a degree in accounting. He resides in Houston, Texas.
Kellner is the 2008 recipient of the Tony Jannus Award for distinguished achievement in commercial air transportation.