Continental Airlines posted a first-quarter loss of $80 million as fuel prices rose more than 50%. The airline plans to cut capacity and take more planes out of service to offset the soaring price of fuel.
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|Customer Service Supervisor - ATL||
Aircraft Service International Group
|Las Vegas, NV|
|Manager, Safety Investigations||
|Field Planner - Line Maintenance||
|Analyst - Ground Services Equipment and Facility Maintenance||