Continental's Kellner discusses aviation industry's future

09/11/2009 | Management.travel

Larry Kellner, the CEO of Continental Airlines, plans to leave the carrier at the end of the year to launch a real estate private-equity company. At the recent National Business Travel Association convention, Kellner discussed his career with Continental and the future of the carrier as well as the broader aviation industry. In this interview, Kellner discusses everything from passenger rights and baggage fees to mergers and acquisitions within the sector.

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