United Continental aims for cost savings with fleet, CFO says

John Rainey, the chief financial officer of United Continental Holdings, says owning a fleet of aircraft made by one manufacturer saves money. "It helps from a maintenance perspective. It helps from a scheduling perspective," Rainey said. The carrier flies aircraft from Boeing and Airbus.

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