Post-merger United to trade on NYSE

09/21/2010 | AviationWeek.com · TheStreet.com

Following its merger with Continental Airlines, the "new" United Airlines will return to the New York Stock Exchange under its long-time UAL ticker symbol. United has traded on the NASDAQ under the symbol UAUA since emerging from bankruptcy in 2006, but a move back to the NYSE is seen as reinforcing the company's image as a stable industry leader. "The NYSE is home to many of the world's most well-established and high-quality companies, and we believe it provides the ideal trading platform as we build the world's leading airline," noted Jeff Smisek, the Continental CEO who will lead the combined airline.

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