United (UAL) Puts 950 Pilots Out To Pasture

United Airlines (UAL) has announced that it will put at least 950 of its pilots (15% of total) on furlough in a bid to cut 100 planes from its fleet. The move was in-line with a pledge UAL made earlier this month to cut capacity by 15% in response to soaring fuel costs.

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