THE UNITED AIRLINES BANKRUPTCY process had critics beyond those in organized labor, who argued that it was unnecessarily drawn out and wasteful. “The United bankruptcy was excessively long, frightfully expensive, and none of the added time or expense helped creditors or long-term competitiveness,” Hubert Horan, a Phoenix-based airline consultant who worked with some creditors in the United case, told SN. “Every one of [Jake] Brace's plans simply made marginal cuts without substantively ...

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