The US no longer leads global aviation, risks irrelevance - United Airlines

Glenn Tilton, CEO of United Airlines, has delivered a

frank assessment of the state of the US airline industry and observed that

Asia's airports and airlines are better poised to cope with and compete in the

global marketplace. It comes at a time when major US airlines are actively expanding

their international market presence, though hampered by high fuel prices and

a weak US dollar.

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