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Fresh update on "united airlines" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Jian Grasso. Fox News states across the country continued to try to stop the spread of the Corona virus. As new case numbers rise, South Dakota became the latest state to have at least one cove in 19 death for every 1000 residents. Other states on that grim list span across the country, from New York to Louisiana to the hard hit Upper Midwest and North Dakota, the U. S. Saw 17 straight days of record covert hospitalizations. Fox's Christina Coleman reporting from Los Angeles, some promising news on the potential distribution of a Corona virus vaccine going to start with health care workers. This comes after the FDA has their emergency use authorization meeting on December 10th. That's going to be a key date. And then about two days after that, people will start getting inoculated again with those health care workers. First. That's Fox's David spun to as United Airlines will play a major role in shipping that vex Team. Colorado governor Jared Polis tests positive for the coronavirus. The governor said in the Saturday night statement that he and his partner Marlyn recent both tested positive for covert 19. They're asymptomatic. Always had started quarantining Wednesday after he said he was exposed to covet. The covert spikes having a huge effect on black Friday small business Saturday in the upcoming Cyber Monty shopping this year. The CDC says that in person.
CDC advisers to vote next week on who gets coronavirus vaccine first
"As pharmaceutical companies awaiting FDA approval of their vaccines. The first large air shipment of a covert 19 vaccine is already underway. United Airlines began flying FIEs ear's drug from Belgium to Chicago on Friday. Visor is awaiting FDA approval of the vaccine next month. Centers for Disease Control advisers are about to vote on who receives a Corona virus vaccine. First CNN reports and emergency meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday.
United Airlines lowering requirements for ‘premier’ frequent flyer program
"United airlines lowering requirements for premier frequent flyer program in twenty twenty one fewer united mileage plus miles be required to qualify for premier status. There's an example given in the article on what it takes to achieve premier silver next year. Hillary choir thirty five hundred qualifying points or three thousand points. Plus eight flights and that compares to currently five thousand points or four thousand points plus twelve qualifying flights so His the headline says united is lowering the requirements brett. Does this seem like it's a A good idea on the part of the united wall. Something's a good idea because there's no way everyone's gonna qualify after this year but it does seem like the got in a room and said okay. How can we make this as complicated as possible. His i mean they've got you know reducing their requirements but then they they also give you like a balance to start with and then they give you bonuses for doing certain things that they're just like a million different ways to get there and i find it very confusing. It is confusing. They say that between january first and march thirty first they'll give passengers bonus points on their first three flights And then Mileage plus members. If you don't have premier status she'll get fifty percent extra points but premier members will get a hundred percent more points bread. I think you're right. It's it's a complicated formula i can. I can understand what they are trying to achieve. I think but the way they're going about. It seems kind of kind of funny. Yeah with the gold makes sense right. Because like i said. There's there's no way that people are gonna be traveling by the end of twenty twenty. The most people are not going to be qualifying. But i i don't know why they felt the need to make this so complicated. I compare this to its united. Well there could be I i'm Top tier with Hilton diamond status. What hilton is doing because their face with the same issue right people are not going to well. People are not using the Are staying at hotels with the frequency. They did in the past and so everybody sort of stands to lose their status so hilton is taking a very simple approach. And they're just saying that whatever your status was for last year that's going to be your status for twenty twenty one for next year. Your status just carries over and it just starts again. It just sounds so simple and that makes so much sense. I mean it's easy everyone. It's kind of equitable. I mean i'd like it. Well see this is where i get confused on this though is is it. Twenty twenty for twenty twenty one qualifying twenty twenty one. Twenty two qualifying. So you know. Maybe they'll they're saying it hilton is you can keep it through next year. But then what about qualifying for twenty two again. Twenty twenty one's gonna have the same. Problem is twenty twenty for qualifying that no one's gonna be flying as much especially in the first half of the year so i don at a complicated. It is complicated. And i think they i think hilton's set that That policy that that rule some months ago. When i think everybody sort of assumed that next year would be sort of maybe closer to to normal a return to normal. But that's that's not happening. Well think the united probably wouldn't be happy if they looked at this particular article because buried in the middle of the article is a links to other articles of course other related articles and the very prominent link right here in the middle of the story is united. Ads clorox three sixty sprayers to disinfect thirty-five terminals and busy airports. I mean that. Kind of goes i kind of reinforces the idea that maybe flying isn't as safe as we'd like it to be.
United Airlines Launches Rapid COVID Testing For Passengers Flying From Newark, New Jersey To London
"A major airline offering cova chests for passengers. They say it could be a way to get people to travel again started. Mass vaccinations is still months away. United airlines is trying to boost business before that for the next month all passengers on select united flights between newark heathrow will be cova tested at newark international airport. The first flight of thirty six passengers landed this morning in london. All covid free but they still have to quarantine for fourteen days. United is trying to convince authorities that blanket quarantine measures. Don't help and that safe. Testing procedures can increase travel
Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine promising, but many questions remain
"As you're moving toward the possibility of a vaccine that good news there Until then, there's still families thinking about flying for the holiday isn't worried about the kids not being able to That were a mask. Good. Is there a reason for this concern or not? Well, there is a reason for the concern, but there's a way that parents can handle this airlines of taking it pretty hard look at it because there's a rule and there's a rule. You're only allowed to remove your mask for drinking or eating and then and that's not for 17 course meal. It's basically just, you know, very, very brief moments. But keep in mind that It's like traveling with kids. Normally, it haven't had their snacks before they get on the plane or have them, you know, you know, get their favorite games out that they can play on the on the game on the plane, and they should be okay. If you need to take your kid to the bathroom, they can remove their masks when they're in the bathroom, But bottom line is people have been removed from flights. Families have been removed from flights when parents are refusing to have their kids wear the mask and You know what the rule for the kids is the rule for you as well. Yeah, I got that. Right. Let's talk about this vaccine announcement from Fizer about the positive news. Is there a legitimate help the industry can get back on its feet soon if a vaccine does rule out Well, The emphasis is on the word soon. Jimmy in the best of all worlds. Remember, we have a five letter word out there that nobody really wants to talk about. It's called trust. Every survey that I've seen on. I'm sure a lot of people might concur on this this morning. One third of the American public will not want to be in the first wave of taking that vaccine. They don't have a trust. The next 30 is probably gonna sit around to see the 1st 3rd dies. And the last third might be on a conference call of Cuban on so what we have to do is realize this is going to take longer than anybody thinks it's great news. Let's not kid ourselves. It's what we all want. But what's gonna happen first in the short term that will really make a difference is widespread, reliable, fast response testing and we're going to see the technology that moving very, very quickly. Probably By the end of this year. We will see that biometric system in place and they start to be applied. Now, having said that, Look what happen in the stock market two days ago and then announce what happened. Right Stocks went up, You know, 1600 points of the airline stocks went flying cruise line stocks. It's great, we love it. But we have to put some perspective on this and understand this is not going to move as fast as people think. Now. Having said that we've got Thanksgiving coming up, and there's such pent up demand for travel. What does that mean for us? Not internationally, but domestically and what we've seen United Airlines adding 1400 flights to their schedule. That's huge Jimmy over the Thanksgiving Holiday, America and American adding 5500 flights to their schedule. So that doesn't mean everyone's gonna be going. But they're anticipating an increase in demand. Will it be like last year? Not even close, but you will see an uptick. Yeah, I guess So. Do you think they'll go the airlines and guess Cruise industry, too, will go to requiring proof of vaccination before you get on one of their ships or planes. Once the vaccination over the vaccine, especially is proven that'll be a no. No brainer. That's can you count on that it will. It will have to be a requirement. Absolutely. Yeah,
United Airlines to begin trial of free passenger Covid tests on London flights
"United. Airlines will soon become the first of this country's carriers to test passengers for covid nineteen on transatlantic flights. NPR's David. SCHAPER report Supreme Flight Rapid Response Testing will be done on a trial basis on some flights from Newark to London. The fifteen minute molecular corona virus tests will be given to all passengers on three to London flights a week for free but it won't exempt them from the UK's requirement that all incoming travellers quarantine for fourteen days upon arrival. If the pilot program is successful though united hopes to convince governments to lift such quarantine orders for travelers who test negative NPR, savage
United Airlines to begin trial of free passenger Covid tests on London flights
"Airlines Rebuilding plans today that will require Kobe tests before boarding certain flights. United announcing it will start Cove in testing for all passengers uncertain. Newark Toa London flights beginning November 16th. It's part part of of a a pilot pilot program program and and to to jumpstart jumpstart international international travel. travel. Since Since testing testing began began on on Hawaii Hawaii bound bound flights. flights. United United says says that that he's he's seen seen passenger passenger loads loads double double its its hoping hoping to to see see similar trends when it begins requiring all passengers on certain flights to get a clean cove. It tests before flying. The test will be free at the airport. Anyone who does not take the test will be denied. Boarding Toa London at like Stone, ABC. Nen,
Dealing With Pilot Drug Tests
"Professional pilots, we have to deal with drug tests sometimes on a random basis, sometimes on a preemployment basis and you may be wondering how this all got started. Well, we have some. We have some druggies to thank. There was an accident in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty, eight, and I have a link to the action report in our show coach. Accident in Durango Colorado Trans Colorado Airlines flight twenty, two, eighty, six, crashed during an approach. Now is the CO pilot who was flying. He was a not very competent co-pilot who had an alcohol problem, but alcohol was not a factor in this crash the captain. had been reportedly using cocaine about ten hours before the flight, his girlfriend related to. Others that they had been doing cocaine together although she refused to speak to the accident board. So as a result of this president, Reagan signed. A bill. That required alcohol and drug testing of people in the transportation business, and that includes of course pilots. So there's going to be background screening and drug testing of all airline employees and what they test for is marijuana cocaine opiates. PCP amphetamines. And you have to take that test prior to getting employed, and then you have to periodically take it on a random basis as a pilot or as as another worker. For example, ground school instructors, air traffic control workers, aircraft dispatchers, a nation mechanics. Flight attendants, flight instructors and ground security people they all have to drug test. So now you've heard me say this before if you are interested in recreational drugs like when you're on vacation or it's a few days off or something like that, you might want to consider getting into a different industry because you need to be drug free the rest of your life while you're an airline worker or airline pilot. So you can decide I know marijuana is legal here in Colorado, for example, and. During during the long shut down for Covid may be some people here in Colorado were tempted to to try it because it'll get out of your system and a few weeks. Not a good idea. You can be tested drug testing on a random basis at anytime. I remember when I was a a simulator instructor. At Boeing I had a call one day said you have to go to such and such an address and be drug tested and you have to show up within I? Think they gave me an hour to get to that location. So, I drove to that location and I already had to I had to pee pretty bad when I got there and wouldn't you know it? There was this one facility and there were a dozen people ahead of me in line it was a very painful weight and then I finally. Got Scene and and gave my specimen. But if I had if I had said, well, just can't go or. I just don't want to do it now or it's not convenient for me that would have been the same as refusing the test, which is basically for all practical purposes the same as failing test. There are lots of things in the regulation that talk about. About how they treat you if you refuse or fail a test, it's not the total end of your career, but there are some it may be or it may not be depending on your circumstances. I suppose if you're driving to the testing facility and you get in the car car accident or something that would be a legitimate reason to not show up other than that, you need to go and be tested when they tell you on a random basis, it's time to take a test. So when I was a united airlines as a as a captain on the triple seven, there were several times when I. was randomly drug tested upon arriving back at Kennedy from a Tokyo flight. And I had no no apprehension about taking drug test what I had an apprehension about was it might delay me and I might miss my commuter flight back to. DENVER. So united, they would send this message prior to our descent telling us that we're going to be drug tested, which is a really neat thing for the company to do because typically at the top of the. Sent. Before you start your descent, everybody goes to the bathroom and then after you land, you might not need to go again for a while. So they gave us a little forewarning and then when you land in a case like that, there's someone from from management who meets the crew and escorts them to the to the drug testing facility, which is at the
Nonprofit app aims to help unblock global air travel
"Well, if you're traveling out of the country, Of course you need to show a passport to identify yourself, right? Obviously, we're not doing any traveling out of the country anytime soon. What if there was an electronic passports, so to speak. It would let people know that you've gone along with all the necessary health protocols to protect against Cove in 19, Would you use it? Well, a nonprofit foundation is testing a smartphone app that will help certify that people have been keeping up with current virus safeguards. The Switzerland based Commons Project Foundation did a test yesterday of it's common pass AP on a United Airlines flight from London to Newark, New Jersey. The apse, part of an effort to nudge people back into flying despite the Corona virus. Global air travel down 92% since the pandemic took
Experiment shows risks of air travel while masked
"With United Airlines conducting 300 tests over six months. A manic in reproducing, breathing and coughing with and without a mask. When the dummy war mask the results were encouraging, Though they haven't been peer reviewed, the risk of transmission is virtually non existent. Virtually non existent and again, this is this is this is a U. S military study. Here's how the tests worked. The mannequin was equipped with an aerosol generate, technicians would have it. Breathe and cough with a mask on and off. Using more than 40 sensors throughout the plane to detect the spread of droplets. The researchers found that with the mask on on Ly 0.3% of particles actually made their way into another passenger's breathing zone, But the team didn't attempt to replicate what might happen when the infected person stands up or move through the cabin. I'm not standing here telling people that I know exactly what they should do. But what I am telling people is if you are inclined to travel or thinking about air travel. There is a reason today based on this independent study that you can feel confident that you could travel safely on. The study also reflected similar earlier studies that found the plane's unique airflow helps minimize risk on a plane. Air flows down from above each seat, not front to back. This helps limit person a person airflow. Ah, HEPA filter eliminating 99.99% of airborne particles, including viruses, every 2 to 3 Minutes. Just last week, the International Air Transport Association released new research, saying the risk of contracting the virus on a plane appears to be in the same category as being struck by lightning. Along 1.2 billion travellers, they found just 44 published cases of potential in flight transmission, mostly in the early days of the pandemic when masks weren't required. This study is conforming that among all the different places where One can get infected flights might actually be one of the safest places to be. But remember, Flying involves more than a plain as more people start traveling for the holidays. Airports will also get busier. So experts remind us. It's critical toe. Wear that mask as you walk into the airport, go through security board that airplane sit through the flight and land at your destination. And there are some caveats to the study. They use only one kind of mask a surgical one, and they simulated just one sick passenger on a completely full plane. But this was an extensive study and it gives us a real clue. One of the hot
Dallas-area based American Airlines stock down 6/10 of 1%
"That they are slumping United Airlines after earnings leading the way lower ul Down by 3.5% among some of the other airlines. American Down 6/10 of 1% Delta Down 1.4% Southwest on by 1.3%. I'm Charlie Fella that Isa Bluebird business Flash.
Risk of catching COVID-19 on planes 'virtually nonexistent' when masked: study
"Struggling airline industry hopes to clear the air about whether it's safe to fly in the time of Cove. It corresponded Alex Stone Airlines have been trying to find ways to prove their airplanes or clean of Cove in 19, now the Department of Defense and United Airlines coming together with results from a study they conducted United, saying it shows wind seated with a mask on onboard a plane on ly 190.3% of particles actually make their way from one passenger into another passenger's breathing zone. They claim, even in neighboring seats of the risk is minimal when masks they're on. They put sensors and seats and elsewhere around planes using arrows. Soul generators to measure
Nearly 900,000 people in the U.S. filed new state unemployment claims last week
"Clark. The Dow industrial average dropped more than 1% of its value at the opening bell. It's recovered slightly, but still down. That's due in part to another. A week of historically high unemployment claims. ABC is Erica Turkey has details nearly 900,000 American workers filed new claims for unemployment benefits last week. It is the 30th straight week of historically high jobless claims as the pandemic continues to hit the American economy. Major employers like ABC News parent company Disney, along with United Airlines, and all state have announced layoffs in recent weeks and Maura layoffs are expected in the
Breonna Taylor's boyfriend: Cop said it was "unfortunate" I wasn't shot
"Of bullets coming at him from police tonight, Taylor was killed sounded like a war. Kenneth Walker says he tried to pull Taylor down to safety amid the gunfire, but she was just scared and she didn't get down. He was making the comments to CBS this morning. He says The loss of Taylor's especially hard because she took care of so many people, he says, there are a lot of people who need her bad right now. That's a quote, including me. Taylor was shot by police serving a narcotics warrant on March 13th. United Airlines says
United Airlines posts $1.84 billion loss in Q3
"Continue to suffer amid the Corona virus pandemic. United posted a wider than expected third quarter loss of $1.8 billion. His revenue plunged 78% from a year ago. United Airlines is lower after hours,
Chicago-based United Airlines third-quarter revenue drops 78%
"United Airlines. It's posted a larger than expected third quarter loss of $1.8 billion in comparison with the profit of a billion during the same quarter Ah, year ago. The federal Security
United Drops After Earnings
"But we started off with an earnings alert on united the airline lower the after hours session after reporting earnings. Let's get straight to fill a bow with details spill. Him, Melissa United. Losing one point eight billion dollars in the third quarter. That's not a surprise. Everybody knows what's been happening with the airline industry the numbers a little wider lost than many people were estimating a loss of eight dollars and sixteen cents a share. The estimate was for a loss of seven fifty, three revenue falling seventy eight percent coming in a little shy of expectations at two point four, eight, billion dollars the real metric everybody's focused on the daily cash burn. Now, just a point of reference. This is a company that. was losing fifty million dollars a day back at the end of March, when the pandemic accelerated, they brought it down to forty million dollars for a daily cash loss. In Q. Two, they bring it down to twenty, five, million, Q. Three, four, million of that by the way is debt in severance payments. So they're core daily cash burn comes down to twenty one, million dollars a day. Now in the earnings report, they do not give a break even date. So while we heard from Delta yesterday saying look, we think we're break even sometime. In the spring united is not addressing that in this earnings report though I suspect that we know that question's GonNa go up on the analyst. All tomorrow I suspect that united will likely give some guidance at that time it's liquidity nineteen point four, billion dollars more importantly Melissa. The company is stressing that it believes that has the cash on hand to get through this pandemic nobody know quite how long this pandemic will last how long it'll airlines will be down that a year and a half two years but united does believe that it's positioned. Well, coming out of the third quarter at least in terms of liquidity don't forget. We have an exclusive tomorrow morning on Squawk box you do not want to miss this Scott Kirby CEO of United Airlines you'll be talking to us not only about the numbers about the daily cash burn but also this question of what's the path to break even is, does it happen in the spring? Does it happen sooner than that? A lot of questions for him tomorrow morning Melissa fell had united before giving a break, even target like Delta had. I don't remember them giving a specific target I know that they were hoping to get close to break even by the end of the year. Frankly that's what every airline was pushing for. Let's get close to break even by the end of the year. So I wouldn't be surprised if they come out and they say look we now think it's GonNa be sometime in the spring or late first quarter second quarter that would not surprise me nor would it surprise any analyst either so it's not like this is news where people are saying, wait a second. We don't know when they're going to get back to break even. Looking, at the progression on the daily cash burn in how much it's coming down I think that's going to be one of the focus points of the analysts call tomorrow and I think you're gonNA, see Wall Street try to pin them down in terms of when they think they get the break even yeah. It seems like as soon as Delta said, we're GONNA push that out it sort of opened the door for the other airlines to do the same. Fell thank you. We'll be listening for that interview tomorrow. I'm squawk box Phillips
United Airlines posts $1.84 billion loss in Q3
"Airlines continue to suffer amid the Corona virus pandemic. United posted a wider than expected third quarter loss of $1.8 billion. His revenue plunged 78% from a year ago. United Airlines is lower after
Caring for COVID-19 positive patients in New York
"Kobe nineteen pandemic has brought with it many trials and tribulations. We're facing them other healthcare systems are too especially those in hub. In this episode, you'll hear from, Dr, Jeffrey Johnson who's one of our critical care physicians in south, West Wisconsin in Rochester and we'll learn about his experience and learning from carrying for Kobe patients in New York City. Welcome to reimagining community care podcast, and thanks for listening in I'm bobby gas style with co hosts, Mary Jo Williamson and ashes the mood. We continue recording the podcast via zoom trying our best to share this conversation as if we were relieved together in our favorite coffeeshop. We can only wish we were together in our favorite coffee shop right now but very excited about the discussion today. Well, the pandemic has no doubt challenged us in many ways and tested our patients and endurance. There is a silver lining. It has created new opportunities for us to serve in unexpected ways and to learn an innovate. It really takes me back to our story Mayo Clinic came to life from a crisis in Rochester and has become a global leader in healthcare from decades of continuous learning and innovation. So today, we'd like to welcome Dr Jeffrey, Johnson an anesthesiologist in critical care in both Lacrosse in. Rochester. Dr Johnson had a really unique opportunity to care for covert patients in New York in the height really of the pandemic. Actor Johnson thank you so much for joining us. Today. We're excited to hear how the Cova crisis became an opportunity for you to help others and also to bring back learnings to Mayo Clinic. Well. Thank you for having me. I appreciate the opportunity to discuss my time in New, York the care of these patients during the pandemic. Definitely was a experience of a lifetime really changed my approach to looking at life in general, truly an eye opening opportunity and I'm looking forward to sharing what I learned during my time there. Texture Johnson, how did that opportunity come about and why did you decide to go? So. You know I have a clinical obligation as well as administrative one and like many of us on this in this call, we're very busy during the early phase of the spring planning for the pandemic in South West Scott's and And so during that time, I've been getting emails from colleagues around the world Italy France discussing what they're experiencing as ice you doctors. They were pretty impressive and so I was seeing those society of crew care medicine early on during the pandemic actually was sending out emails intensiveness asking to come to New York if they're able to go. But clearly during all our planning things, I couldn't make that trip but still wait on the fortunately though you know as it worked out, we hit a lull. We were prepared as much as we could be. So responded to that inquiry after getting support from my local leaders and across. Rochester. And how long from when you decided until you left for New York Think. It was about two weeks when I was another colleague of mine who actually was doing the same thing I didn't know it at the time, but he was already working through the process to get support from high leadership in the organization and so by the time we got approval and by the time I was in Europe is just about two weeks. That, you're Jensen I can't even imagine what it was like to walk into that environment on your first day in New York. Share with us. Some of your very first observations were about the situation. Even, my observations before New, York made an impression on me. You know part of the process this aside of critical care medicine worked it out that they united. Airlines was flying volunteers offer free and so. connected to Rochester Ando hair and all of us for most of them have been hair during normal busy normal times and what struck me as I got off the plane waiting for my connection to New York was the quiet. The hallways were empty. The only people you saw were usually employees related to the airport you look out on the tarmac. Planes lined up in formation that clearly indicated they were. Shut down and not going to be used for any period of time. And then when I flew into New York it was much the same having been in New York, a few other times before really impressed me with again the quiet the lack of people there was no congregating in the park areas really what made in pressure with me my distance from the airport I landed at into the hotel I was staying was about twenty miles and it actually took us about twenty minutes. I can't think of the last time as a New York where that timeline fit distance. So it was pretty surreal to fly into a city that's known for being busy twenty four hours and seeing how quiet it was. and so New York itself as a group or as the city was quiet but and then I made it to the hospital the next day and had different observation deck to new the word quiet, which to me is sort of a calming word. But I suspect that the impression we should associate with that word is more eerie. A good description it really was. It was eerie hang. BEEN IN NEW YORK. was completely different than what I remember. There was an anxiety in the city sense it the Uber driver I interact with you know he was very tense They actually created a plastic barrier between the front seat in the backseat of his private vehicle using duct tape and Saran wrap. And then obviously everybody was wearing Maso. Yeah. The quiet really wasn't required.
"united airlines" Discussed on Squawk Pod
"Does the corona virus. Have your travel plans grounded? United Airlines reported this week with the company described as its most difficult quarter, the carrier said it lost one point six billion dollars during twenty twenty s q two, and saw revenue drop eighty seven percent as the pandemic grounded air travel to a virtual halt, but united expects its liquidity position to improve, and is forecasting lower daily cash. Burn rate for the third. Third Quarter isn't that a scary phrase burning money? Still a recovery in air travel is being challenged by spike in corona virus cases around the US as well as quarantine orders from travelers, arriving to certain states like New York. New Jersey Connecticut, and elsewhere. We heard from United CEO. Scott Kirby on this turbulence and a lot more CNBC's aviation reporter Phil Lebow kicks off that interview. You'll hear Joe Andrew and Melissa. Let's start first off. We talked about the numbers a massive loss for the second quarter. No surprise there, but what's the state of the business right now? What are you seeing? And how either optimimistic or concerned are you about where things are with passenger levels? But what are the strengths of united going through? This has been to be neither optimistic concern must mystic to be focused on being realistic about demand I think that's really important and a crisis in it served as well so far as we've gone through. This at the pandemic has developed really since late March very close. Close to what our expectations were going to be and it continues to develop in a way that we think is consistent with what we've been planning on. And because of that, we were able to match our capacity down eighty eight percents of the revenue down eighty seven percent of, but also by real being realistic opportunity, the cargo revenue is actually thirty six percent during the work, and so that realistic approach has allowed us to really take it do the best. That's possible in a really tough environment. We expect that demand is it has taken that step backwards here in July? From where it was was in the middle of June but it seems to have bought him, and we expect what Kinda back where we were like. May and demand will start to gradually recover once again as we get through the rest of the year. We're down seventy two to seventy four percent as an industry relative to the same time last year. You expect us to be in that range. Let's say for the rest of the summer into the fall. You expect it to come back to fifty percent. What's your internal projection at this point? Well, nobody knows for sure, so we're trying to focus on staying flexible and adaptable. Adaptable to what the data is as actually telling us, and you're looking at the TSA numbers, which is the number passer they're also by the way includes a number of employs airport and airline employees that go through, so we really focus a lot more on the revenue, because that's the best measure of demand, and and unfortunately it's down even more than EUR seventy two percent. It's down more at the moment more like eighty three percents. We think they'll be a gradual recovery and but we don't expect it to get anywhere close to normal until there's a vaccine that's been widely distributed to a large portion ovulation, and you know it's guest. Nobody knows for sure, but our guest says that revenue will get to about fifty percent of what it was in two, thousand, nine, hundred and vaccine. Well once we get past vaccine widely distributed will quickly recover back towards one hundred percent of our guesses. THAT'S GOING TO BE A. A, we're going to plateau at about fifty percent or we get the vaccine. Okay, so let's use that as a baseline. You've got roughly speaking sixteen billion dollars in liquidity right now you plan to have more than eighteen billion by the end of the third quarter. Is that enough to get you through not only the third and fourth quarter, but the first quarter, which is notoriously the slowest part of the year for the airline industry, or do you think hey, look? There's a chance that the airlines are going to need more direct help from Washington. Look highly confident that we can get through dependent given sixteen billion dollars since it started back. We're GONNA end with eighteen billion dollars of the quality. Unfortunately, it's GonNa require difficult you know. We sent out thirty six thousand four notices to are employed. That's a last resort so we absolutely would have. Wanted to avoid. Taking every step, we possibly could to avoid those, but if the crisis is GonNa last as long as we. Awesome we're going to have to reduce the size of the airline It's GONNA be. Until until there is a widely available vaccine, because that we're going to have to reduce employment, so I'm confident that we can make it through the crisis without any more UNDAY but it's going to also have an impact on employment. Scott. I'm wondering you know because the longer the pandemic goes on the deeper behaviors that we've learned during the pandemic set in things like a remote working zoom meetings. ETC, so do you. Do you really expect that post? Pandemic Post? A vaccine levels will back return to one hundred percent. Are there certain structural changes now that you think will carry forward even after there is a vaccine in place. While some a lot of us are spending time talking about and thinking about united. We're trying to stay focused on not being too prescriptive of or caffeine. Exactly what's going to happen because the reality is none of us know, but my personal opinion is. That while this is good, it's not nearly as good as being there with Phil at our network, operating center and ship out of a and we are social creatures and united is about naked you in uniting the world. We went through this twenty years ago when video conferencing started, and everyone thought I was going to decimate business travel, and did exactly the opposite of anything help. Grow business travel because we need to be there in person. My guess is that there'll be A. it'll take time. It won't happen immediately, but the first time you know. A business loses a corporate account to a sales team took a team dinner of doing as. they're going to be back out on the road. It was a great commercial from united. Airlines or thirty years old. Did you go look up on Youtube but it ends with I'm going to see that friend. We used to do business with a handshake. Face to face. Facts bacteria later. With another facts probably. Where you going? To visit that'll. Fires this morning in. The friendly skies. And I think the commercial from twenty or thirty years ago is true then it'll be true in the future and that a year or two after the pandemic is over, we will be back to travel as normal, but we're not gonNA count on that. We're going to have flexibility and see what actually happens. And, Scott you know the expense out of things is is one way to try to deal obviously through through you know lower staffing, but on the revenue side I just have suggestion, and it reminds.
"united airlines" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Of story one United Airlines flight attendants in hazmat suits story to station Kallis's she would vote for Joe Biden to be bold but it was an item full story three a Pennsylvania school record flooding issue anyone who approaches are without a match well I will go with Robert first well I'm gonna go with number one going for number one first of all I think of the the nation's story of it just strikes me as something that some of the nation's pretty wacko even though if he missed was animal fava beans and a nice Chianti because I think that one's true I challenge of the Landry out exactly yeah the store number three yeah I I've known a number of of women in my days who would shoot you if you have any closer than six feet no matter what the circumstance so that to me that the billing when you catch them you know I may speak to more rigorous yes yeah that's what I was so I'm going Robert Roberts my leader of the United Airlines story that is bogus two for one and John yeah I'll make it a threesome three four one let's not get lost blog this story number one the United Airlines flight attendants wearing hazmat suits yet others are fake news story of the day Robert two graduations not only did you think for yourself but to drive a truck along with you it's not easy to do I feel like kicking and screaming or ever I'm drained thanks our report journal hello to to pick up your prize and get your proposition six projects in a couple some forty eight twelve minutes now before they are vertical argue joins your fortune W. C. B. M. six eighty one eight hundred W. C. B. M. six eighty speaking of masking gate yes for marriage the present one to Ford yesterday in Michigan and before that did the Attorney General of Michigan warned forward and the president that it would support it's the law that the president would have to wear a mask and if he didn't there would be consequences and so and and of course the president did allegedly were massive hits in the picture Wally was during the the the behind the scenes but then he took it off because you say you want the presidency to give him the satisfaction of seeing him with a mask on and so that got all sorts of criticism and now the Attorney General of Michigan is saying that the president acted like a petulant child so I got the audio and he's no longer welcome yeah in the state of Michigan is the president of the arts in the winter of the free world in this liberal progressive Democrat AG Chinese Norwalk will will play that for you coming up by the way she then went on to say I am rubber your glue bounces off me and sticks on you seven forty nine year old boy driver case you know the.
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"united airlines" Discussed on The Pascal Show Podcast
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"united airlines" Discussed on The Pascal Show Podcast
"What I want to go somewhere but I'm not going to go there because that's another rabbit hole that I don't WanNa jump down. I just don't want to go there. I do want to go there but I'm not gonNA go there because it's just it's too. It's too long of a conversation and that will take three hours. I guarantee you that puts before we go into that. It is pretty wild that those are the things that are that these companies can legally get away with. That's why I was looking at Tom. Being is this. Can they literally legally get away with this stuff? That's beyond me man beyond me. Yeah they believe me. They had lawyers going over the the fine print of that bill. Five billion dollars. They probably help right now. Undoubtedly their lobbyists upright that bill anyway and new before it was even passed. How to get around it glut Yeah it's it's really scummy. It's it's very emmy was hello scummy But of course we we're going to jump into a commercial break but before we do. I'm just going to repeat one more time. It is National Nurses Day. It is appreciation week the whole nine so today. I'm in a very giving mood. I'm giving a hundred dollars. Actually Jack just put it up. This is awesome. Thank you so. Are you a nurse? Skype into the show between nine and ten. Am to day. You must video chat us. You must be on on camera. Our skype name is the Pascal show skype spaces in between each word. Please give us a call skype into the show. I'm dead serious I will give you. I will cash APP. You live on the show one hundred dollars or one hundred dollars. Tom Jackson what you'd imagine how pissed off so it would be my God. That'd be hilarious. Did that'd be send it to me through cash up. He got me one hundred dollars. I don't even know how he did it. How do you do that? That's amazing because it's just A. It's just zeroes in one. Actually you know what I'm saying. Is this digital? You know so all you gotta do skype into the show. The Pascal Show skype you talk to me for two minutes. We get to ask you some questions about what it's like to be in the front lines and helping people out the whole nine because you guys are doing some amazing stuff. You guys are seriously superheroes this funny. Because what's so messed up is a lot of times where we're going. Oh we only realize we only appreciate the things that we have until when we only when we really like are in dire straits like right. Now you know it's like Oh gosh. The doctors and nurses are superheroes. They've always been superheroes guys they just happen to be really dope right now. Standing Right there in the midst of it all risking their lives even more. This is more than just someone getting sick or fighting a disease or breaking their arm type of thing. This is something that is highly contagious. That people are actually putting themselves in harm's way for just so we can be safe and it's just it's funny how we suddenly are appreciating them now when we should be appreciating them all the time every day. We should be y'all superheroes you know. It's the same thing with any person that's a first responder. You know any first responders. Same thing you know. It's like when we only started appreciating. This is gonNA sound really bizarre but just roll with me on this but it's only when we only the Times that we are going to appreciate like the military in a way is win like Independence Day happens on on American soil like aliens come to the come to America and start shooting everything down and all of a sudden of the of the military comes in with his his cigar. It starts kicking ass and taking names. Then we go. You guys are superheroes instead of no. You guys have always been superheroes. You're putting your lives on the line every single day. We only appreciate it when we are in dire straits which is freaking believable. So anyway I digress. I'll get off my soapbox but I want to give back to you guys to one lucky nurse skype into the show. I will talk to you and I will. I will cash view. The money live on the show. Okay the Pascal. Show skype piece of cake. I need to see your face. I need to see that beautiful face. I need to see that face of a superhero today. That's all I ask. And then you get a hundred bucks. We'll be right back. This is the Pascal Show.
"united airlines" Discussed on The Pascal Show Podcast
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She's found something. I don't know what it is now. Here's the last one for today. From and are we good seventy five years old? This is a rock and roll singer. Songwriter known for his raspy voice and blue collar the lyrics. He was a front man for the silver bullet band and had earned the page night moves old time rock and roll CPAP and Bob Seger look at scale. No because now the Internet's good now now now now. That's fine. Thanks so much for The game that was a lot of fun not contribute a whole lot a blast. It was a blast here. Too Much Fun types in Pascal. Show up okay. Sorry guys I got some some news that has got dropped in my hands right now. So so there's a this is something I totally forgot about and didn't bring bring bring up today on the show. We didn't talk about it but I am going to talk about it now. Live on the show. There was a there was a crime. There was a hate crime. The happened in the streets of Georgia Just the other day where a jogger was shot killed in the middle of the street. It was all captured on video. This video is viral. It's going around all over the place of circulating all over the place so this gentleman Ahmad Armory was killed. Twenty five year old man was his jogging. Actually this is a this is a video. That was so this video came out on Tuesday so just yesterday but then on top of it. This was a video that was done. This is the shooting happened in February. So Mr Aubrey twenty-five was jogging in February when confronted by an ex policeman and his son the video of shows the shooting and this video Disa- merge and put out on Tuesday District Attorney in Georgia has now ruled that a grand jury should decide whether charges should be brought on the ex- on this ex-policeman and son literally. This is a Motte Aubrey. Aubrey was running obviously unarmed in the middle of the street. This ex policemen came out and shot him point blank range. It is all caught on video and yes the earlier decision by a prosecutor in the Brunswick jurisdiction argued. There was no probable cause to arrest Gr- The shooter and his son which their names are gregory. Mcmichael who is sixty four and his son? Travis who is Travis McMichael? Who is thirty four years old right now? Biden is demanding justice for the killing of this young innocent jogger in Georgia Aubrey. Aubrey was only twenty five years old. Y'All and was just literally running in the streets of Georgia minding his own business where the Mcmichael's came up and shot him in point blank. Range shot him dead right there in the middle of the street so that was some interest. That's some interesting information and that's stuff that just happened just now or that has been leaking being shared quite a bit but the fact that they have not found any probable cause to arrest. These two gentlemen is beyond me and the fact that now Biden has to come out and say we must seek justice for this inhumane. Act of violence in inhumane. Act of this. It's it's insane now. This videos out viral being shared all over the all over the place. I mean Real Talk Black. Instagram and black twitter's ablaze about this situation. And the fact that there is no probable cause to arrest these two men. These two men who literally went out shot a man who was jogging. What the Hell is that? Yeah that's plenty of probable cause plenty Tom. Yeah it's it's really sickening that this happened I guess. They said that they thought he was somebody that had just robbed or whatever guy was out jogging. Jog even go out jogging now. You get a black man. You can't just go for a jog without some good old boy gun and you down and saying oh I thought it was the guy that Robbie gives why I mean the whole time. This is happening. You look at Michigan. These people people up there storming the Capitol building with gun slung over their shoulder. That are being politely. Told to go home politely. Just out for a jog getting shot down you thank you. Somebody else said it. Not Me literally. There are videos out there where they're showing side-by-side footage of sorry to do this. I'm sorry to go on using the race card but I'm using it. You Got White men who are sitting there with their Ar. Fifteen standing on state capital land just standing in front of the state capital with their fifteen bad assery. And all that and then you got young young men and women black men and women who are getting punched in the face tackled basically shackled. And all this stuff is being captured on tape yet. The Americans that are sitting there going. I got my rights. I got my First Amendment Rights. This is my country. I got my rights. They're the ones who are holding the air fifteen. They're not being touched at all. But then you got somebody who's innocently taking an afternoon or a daily jog burn off some steam minding his own damn business and you got some dude. Some two men walking up thinking that they're the ones that robbed him route them wouldn't he have stuff on if he he robbed them. Wouldn't he wouldn't. He not look like just some regular jogger if he was robbing you wouldn't be able to identify from afar. No he was wearing black jeans and a black Hoodie. And this is just some guy in jogging pants and sneakers come on guys. There's no probable cause for that. What's going on in the world? So this guy I saw on this like there's like the nine one one call thing is as you said someone is breaking into it right now. The caller says no. It's all open under construction. And they ask and he's running right now there he goes right now. Okay what is he doing? He's running down the street that it goes on to show that they went back into their house and grabbed a shotgun shotgun fouled him and pulled him over or in front of him in front of them and then they said that they were attacked by him.
"united airlines" Discussed on The Pascal Show Podcast
"COM. And you'll see a banner on the front you click that it'll take you right to the page of certain things we do have available embarrassed. Small quantity for consumers if they need However however for a company any more specialized larger larger larger quantities are able to also on that same page. Fill out a form and shoots to us. We'll get him a call right back or we also have a toll free twenty four hour number that they can college staff currently will work. We're working from a ten o'clock in the morning till nine o'clock at night seven days a week right now so it's it's is really believe back critical for all of us to mid and this particular time it's like this is not a time to rest. This is the time to do your best to try to figure things out as we continue to go through this every minute that goes by someone does not have personal protection equipment in order to not just protect them but to protect others who are around him or literally put into people's lives in jeopardy so so we're not really caring too much about our own comfort at this time really pushing ourselves and drinking a lot of coffee and making sure we don't put ourselves in harm's way too because we don't want to go now as well so we're very about how we move how we operate so again broke. Solutions Dot com website is going to be really really essential for people using lock that in and the other thing that we have in many other institutions. Don't have is a lot of these things we have on him and for most personal protection equipment. You have to wait a week to week maybe longer depending on what you're ordering at how much but we physically have a lot of these products hand least Mask we have on hand in house and thousands of them so we made a very large investment up front in order to do that so Lean on US lane a little bit. We've also been supply chain for many organizations that they keep coming back and buying buying a perpetual from us kind of Kinda crazy. We've only been going through this for a little over thirty days and it's been a whole lot happened in thirty days a lot. Now I believe that Yeah I mean what's what's crazy. Is that the next. You got knows what's going to happen in the next thirty days you know things are changing consistently life is getting crazy. There's new things going on whether you know whether it's new news about the virus to how the how the all the states of our country are going to reopen or how countries in general are going to be reopening here in the very near future so yeah. It's almost like you've got to be constantly be able to be on your toes and Beit Agile as much as you can because you never know you might have to do a lateral a lateral move real quick before you you know before you go for the for the sprint. So so I wanted to bring you back. Bring you onto the show of course not only because you have a wonderful business in know. I Love Best. Wardrobes solutions for show but also at the same time. I wanted to give everybody a little light of hope that you can still run a business. Even if it's a specialized or a niche if you will it will if it's a niche type of business you still can open up another avenue that can still draw business. You know business to your business in that. Don't give up. You know the think on your toes. Think on your feet for sure. I'll say this about businesses really quickly urge really won't want incurred walls Some businesses have structured in such a way that they're not eligible for for for the payroll protection program that the government that the government has at released. It's it's I've come to the realization. Various not going to be a bailout. This is like for whoever survives or even takes it level. Deeper to actually thrive in the face of this pandemic time limited right now are GONNA be are GonNa be the businesses that are really going to truly scale and grow Razi post-code nineteen if you slow. So I think is best for entrepreneurs to go into this situation keeping their there will not be anything to be no finances that will help me adult number one and so I think if you're going with that mindset it forces you to be more creative. Here's the other are would build on the backs of entrepreneurs free enterprise system where all the people who signed the Declaration of independence. Were all business owners. Okay and and so so with that is. There's a sitting so think about this. Sixty five percent of employment sixty five percent of the people who are important. Employees are employed by small businesses. So that means that means that we have to be creative enough to solve whatever whatever economic problem that we do have as entrepreneurs. It's up to us. Galvanize our might sets and really dig deeper. Get QUIET LISTEN TO THIS. Offer voice in your head and tap really really deep really really deep into level creativity took you initially to start your company business and it will start to speak to you. The industry will help you figure out some different things that you need to do things you need to be teeing up to do when things start to open up a little bit more and even when things open up it not like a jailbreak is not like all right. We're your no mass on. We're just out here. Living best lives no either. Look things open up. Their steel still needs.
"united airlines" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And United Airlines the worst performer the day down around ten percent or less and give us a report which turned out to Kelly live Kelly David what we are expecting earnings from United after the bell today the company hasn't confirmed that but that's what we've estimated and clearly sentiment isn't great going into that print the stock is already lost about seventy percent of its value this year of course due to the total collapse in air travel demand we've seen as a result of the corona virus outbreak now analysts expect United it's going to lose roughly two dollars and sixty cents a share this quarter that's relative to profit of a dollar and thirteen cents in the same quarter last year obviously these estimates have been dramatically related over the course of this year earnings estimates for both north American carriers like United and Asia Pacific carriers have been cut by about two hundred percent so far this year and the issue is is it's it's really just not going to be a first quarter only problem what's really driving losses today for United is a letter that was sent by CEO Oscar munia moon Jooss and president Scott Kirby to employees last night basically signaling that there is no light at the end of the tunnel they said travel demand is essentially zero and shows no signs of improving in the near term they actually expect a man to remain surprised for the remainder of twenty twenty and into next year to give you some perspective of the house to press that demand is they say that United will fly fewer people during the entire month of may this year than it did on a single day in may last year David in some sense gave her this number in in in New York area they reported that the FY traffic was down something at ninety six percent at the airlines are under center there's there's a there's a help in the form of government bailout right to come to terms they have gotten some help United specifically getting about five billion dollars in grants and loans not death toll from a short term liquidity standpoint it's really focused on payroll costs but that's only about thirty percent of United's total cost of that means they're still going to have to make deep cuts elsewhere really analysts weren't that happy with the government program given the fact that airlines are on the hawks will play will pay about thirty percent of the money they get and frankly it isn't enough to offset the demand problem even with government eighteen and okay Kelly thank you so much for the report on the stock of our United Airlines is Kelly lines coming up here we're going to talk with representative Katherine Clark of Massachusetts about what's going on up on Capitol Hill as their stalled over providing more money for small business this is about the power of the TV and radio this is a Bloomberg money meant it another week of disappointing jobs data about five and a quarter million first time jobless claims were filed last week that brings the total number of claims to around twenty two million since the middle of last month wiping out all of the job gains in over the past ten years meanwhile the federal emergency loan program for small businesses is now out of money Congress has included three hundred and forty nine billion dollars for small businesses and it's two point two trillion dollar relief package it's been active for only two weeks while the Ryzen wants in on the zoom boom it's going to Bonnie as soon rival blue jeans network for five hundred million dollars almost street the Dow was falling forty five points but the nasdaq is up a hundred and forty three S. and P. five hundred up fifteen points Donna Wilson Bloomberg radio why do hedge funds and other alternative managers rely on Pershing for.
"united airlines" Discussed on Murder Minute
"So on November Seventeenth Nineteen nineteen fifty five the state of Colorado charged. Jack Gilbert Graham with the murder of his mother Mrs Daisy e King. Graham pleaded innocent by reason of insanity the same day. Investigators tracked down the Supply Company. who had sold Graham a sixty minute? Timing device on November nineteenth the dynamite and blasting caps were traced to a store and Kremlin on November twenty. First the storm headed your positively identified Graham in a lineup. Jack Grams half sister. Helen shed some light on his background to investigators for many years she had been concerned that he wasn't mentally stable. Jack was Sullen violent and had a warped sense of humor. Helen recalled to investigators then after the plane crash. Jack had joked to her and gloria quote. Can't you just see those shotgun shells going off in the plane. Every which way and the pilots passengers injures and grandma jumping around. Jack's office was funny but Helen thought it was warped and violent on at least two occasions in the past. Helen had been the object of her brothers. pent-up violent temper on one occasion. She recalled Graham knocked her down and need her in the chest so hard that injured her ribs on another sure he threatened to beat her with a hammer and Helen escaped by locking herself in a room. Just that previous some Tom. Her grim woke from a nap and couldn't find his wife Gloria when he found her playing cards in the living room with his mother other and Helen. He flew into a rage and began beating. Gloria Jack Graham was ordered to Colorado Psychopathic Hospital Hospital for examination by to defense and to court appointed psychiatrists during one of these examinations. Sion's Grimm told the doctor that he had given a false confession. He claimed that while he was being interviewed by. FBI agents at the office in Denver. He saw a photograph on the wall of the apprehension of Nazi saboteurs on the coast of Florida during World War. Two Graham said that in the picture agents were digging up a cache of explosives and that that's what gave him the idea to confess that he had used dynamite to blow up to plain old four psychiatrists found Graham legally sane and he was transported back back to Denver County jail on February Tenth Nineteen fifty-six around five thirty PM a prison guard. I heard heavy breathing coming from Jack. Graham cell he found him slumped on the floor. His socks twisted around his neck with a piece of old cardboard us to gain more leverage. The guard quickly loosened the crudely fashioned news. And some of the Dr. Dr Graham was sedated and placed in a straitjacket on February eleventh. He was taken to the psychiatric ward strapped to bed and placed under twenty four hour surveillance. This time Graham told psychiatrists interests that his confession was true. He told them that after he had assembled the bomb and while his mother there was preoccupied. Finalizing the details of her trip. He had slipped it into her suitcase. Then he his wife and his children took occur to the airport. He dropped his mother and family offered the terminal door and drove to park the car in the lot there there. He removed the suitcase from the trunk and set the timer. Graham had set the bomb to detonate forty minutes after takeoff so that it would crash over the rocky mountains and be virtually impossible to recover but the flight delay foiled his plan. Graham told doctors that he quote realized that there were fifty or sixty people carried on but the number of people to be killed. It made no difference to me. Could been thousand when their time comes. There's nothing we can do about it Jack Grams his trial set an all time record for the state of Colorado in the number of jurors examined two hundred and thirty one were called before jury could be selected. Many were rejected on the grounds that they had either been influenced by the press and had fixed opinions on the case or they were against capital punishment. The final jury selected included a housewife a former beauty queen to hugh typists a movie executive an engineer a bookkeeper a log refer a truck driver a saleslady a telephone man and and a salesman. The sensational trial was the first in Colorado to be televised and hundreds of people waited for hours in the halls outside the courtroom hoping to get a seat. The guard saved a seat for only one woman who arrived promptly at nine. Am every day of the trial. It was a beautiful young wife. The pilot of United Airlines Flight Sixteen hundred grim was eerily calm throughout throughout the trial he wore a suit chewed bubblegum slouched in his chair seemingly unconcerned that he was on trial for murder on the ninth day of the proceedings his defense moved to eliminate FBI testimony and evidence on the grounds. The the judge Graham was not advised of his rights before he signed his confession. His defense contended the Graham's confession had been obtained under duress ask and that the search of his home was done without his consent the FBI produced eight waivers of search which Graham had signed. The judge dismissed the motion. The prosecution presented its case for fifteen days called eighty witnesses and introduced one hundred seventy four exhibits into evidence. The defense called eight witnesses and rested. It's case Graham refused to testify on May Fifteenth Nineteen fifty-six. After sixty nine minutes deliberation the beret Shen. The jury found Jack Gilbert Graham guilty of murder in the first degree and recommended. The death penalty on May Fifteenth Nineteen Fifty six after sixty nine minutes deliberation. The jury found Jack Gilbert Graham guilty of of murder in the first degree and recommended the death penalty on July Fourteenth Nineteen fifty-six President Dwight Eisenhower signed a bill authorizing the death penalty for any person convicted of committing an act of aircraft sabotage that results in death the new law also provided for prison sentences of up to twenty years for acts of aircraft sabotage not resulting in death as far as feeling remorse for those people. I don't I can't help it. Graham told a reporter from Time magazine everybody pays their way and takes their chances. That's just the way it goes on Friday January eleventh nineteen fifty seven at eight PM. Jack Gilbert Graham was executed in the gas chamber of the Colorado State Penitentiary.
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"Welcome back to murder minute today. The story of United Airlines flight six to nine on November first nineteen fifty five forty four people boarded United Airlines flight six to nine from Denver to Portland Oregon. The Douglas DC six aircraft known as the main liner Denver had made several other trips that day it had departed that morning morning from the Guardia. Airport in New York City stopped briefly in Chicago and finally continued to Denver's Stapleton International Airport. Flight six to nine arrived to Denver at six eleven PM. Eleven minutes late. The aircraft was refueled. A new flight crew got on board and Captain Lee Hall a World War Two veteran assumed command of the flight. The plane took off once again at six fifty two UPN on route to Portland Oregon. Its Final Destination Seattle Washington at six fifty six. PM The the pilot said the transmission that the aircraft was passing the Denver Omni. It would be flight. sixty-nine last transmission at seven. Oh Three PM just eleven minutes. After takeoff stapleton air traffic controllers watched as it's too bright lights suddenly appeared in the Sky North West of the airport. The lights fell for thirty seconds to the ground and then a bright intense flash air traffic control quickly contacted all aircraft craft flying in the area. One didn't respond United Airlines flight. Six to nine had crashed. The phone began ringing off the hook. Farmers and residents from all over the county reported loud explosions and fiery debris three raining from the sky. Floyd six to nine was scattered across six square miles. All forty four people on board. The aircraft perished five crew members and thirty nine passengers. The eldest victim lane the McLean was eighty. One years old. The youngest James Fitzpatrick was just thirteen months old. The plane crashed onto a farm east of Longmont where eighteen year old Conrad Cop was having dinner with his family. It sounded like a big bomb. went off I ran out and I saw big fire right over the cattle corral. A hollered back to my wife that she better call the fire department and an ambulance because the plane was going to crash. Cop told The New York Times then I turned around and blew up in the air hop his father and his two brothers jumped into their trucks and sped through their fields towards the wreckage turned around and there. It was the seat setting with the body in copper called to reporter Rick Salinger. My stomach dropped then call recognized with a millionaire smell. I said it was blown up by dynamite. Wouldn't take long for investigators on the scene to discover the source the familiar smell. According to the fire patterns the large load of fuel ignited on impact creating fire so intense but they couldn't be extinguished for three days it was apparent for the aircraft had first blown in half in the air the the wings engines and center sections were found in two separate craters one hundred and fifty feet apart confirming the eye. Witnesses accounts of two lights falling from the sky. The Civil Aeronautics Board found the aircraft had blown up with a massive force concentrated near the tail and that the fuselage had been shattered by an explosion. Strong enough to break apart. The aircraft an explosion far too powerful to be the result of an aircraft system or component malfunction and the strong smell of explosives coming from the number four baggage compartment led investigators to theorize that flight. Six to nine had been brought down by a bomb in one of the passengers bags. Further testing of chemical residue in the cargo pit confirmed their suspicions dynamite on November number seventh nineteen fifty five the chief of investigations of the Civil Aeronautics Board officially stated that there were indications of sabotage on November eighth the case was turned over to the FBI. The search for potential suspects began with running background checks on the deceased passengers themselves and any passengers who had failed to board the plane or cancelled their ticket as will will the baggage handlers and anyone else who may have been in contact with the luggage during their investigation agents discovered that a few passengers purchased life insurance at the airport. juiced prior to Gordon in nineteen fifty five flying was considered more perilous than it is today. Passengers could purchase life insurance. Easily machines in the terminal. One of those passengers was fifty-three-year-old daisy king a successful Denver Businesswoman who was travelling to Alaska to visit her daughter. You're the focus of the investigation narrowed to Mrs King when agents identified her handbag among the debris inside they found newspaper clippings about her son from a second marriage. But these weren't the kind of newspaper clippings a proud mother would normally normally carry in her handbag. Mrs King was carrying a nineteen fifty one article about her son. John Gilbert Graham being arrested ended on a forgery charge. John Gilbert Graham known to everyone as Jack was born on January twenty the third nineteen thirty two in Denver Colorado in nineteen thirty seven. When Jack was just five years old his father died suddenly Monja? It was the height of the Great Depression and his mother. Daisy struggled to Care Jack and his half sister. Helen who was from in her first marriage Jack sent to an orphanage in nineteen forty one. Daisy married her third husband. John Earl King and was finally again financially secure but she never returned to the orphanage for Jack at Age. Sixteen Jack Graham forged. ID's and ran off to join the Coast Guard and in nineteen and fifty one at age. Nineteen he got a job as a payroll clerk. Their grim stole a stack of blank. Cheques filled doubt forty two of them four hundred dollars each forged the signature of company owner and cash the checks at various businesses across Denver. Jack Graham stole four thousand two hundred dollars equivalent to almost forty thousand dollars today. Half of that. He used to buy only model convertible and quickly fled. The state. Graham was caught in September of that same year when he was arrested in Texas on the charge of hauling whiskey in violation of Texas laws. He ran his convertible through a roadblock manned by local law enforcement and didn't surrender until shots were fired into his car grams Ben Sixty days in county jail and and was released back to the Denver County district attorney to face forgery charges. He was sentenced to five years probation. Nineteen fifty four Jack and his mother daisy reconciled and she gave him a job at her restaurant. The crown crown a drive-in F. B. I. Agents soon discovered that the Koroni had recently been all destroyed. In an explosion coincidentally Jack Graham had just ensured the restaurant and collected soon after the FBI. I searched Jack Grams. Home wire and other bomb making parts identical to those found in the plane wreckage filled the garage in the house hidden in small cedar chest. They found an additional thirty seven. Thousand five hundred dollars in life insurance policies equivalent to around three hundred and fifty seven thousand dollars today. Unfortunately for Jack Graham his mother had not signed the policies newer. Did she sign those purchased. At the airport. They worthless he did however stand to inherit a substantial sum of money through the execution of her will when FBI agents. I questioned Graham about the contents of his mother's luggage and asked him to describe the suitcase. Graham claimed that she had packed her own bags and that she would never allow anyone to assist her in packing. He furnished a description of her luggage but said that he had no idea of its contents except that she he had a considerable quantity of shotgun shells and a rifle which she would use for hunting Caribou when she reached Alaska. Graham's wife Gloria however reveal something that her husband had failed to mention she told investigators the she had seen Graham wrap a Christmas gift for his mother which he then placed in her bag on the morning of her departure on November twelfth twelve the FBI. Telephone Jack and Gloria grahame. They informed the couple that they were in possession of fragments of Mrs this King Suitcase and requested that they come at their convenience to the FBI office to identify the next day. Hey on November thirteenth nineteen fifty five Jack and his wife. Gloria drove the Denver. FBI Office and identified some pieces of Brown luggage. Has the bag carried by. Mrs King. Once confirmed jared Graham was advised that the FBI would like to interview interview him. Further agents thanked Mrs Gram for her assistance and told her that she was free to return home to her two small children. If she wished changed she did when Graham was confronted with the FBI's evidence against him. He confessed.
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"A fifty year old convicted sex offender was arrested in Ohio and charged with abuse abuse of a corpse in connection with the death of Peyton Houston who was found buried in a shallow grave in Alabama earlier this year Houston in had been out with co workers at a bar in Birmingham last December twentieth and was seen leaving the bar willingly with two unidentified man she sent a CO worker. An alarming warming text message hours later stating that she did not know the men who she was with and that she might be in trouble two weeks later. Her body was found wrapped in sheets and buried in a shallow grave behind vacant home. Toxicology tests determined that the young woman's death was caused by morphine and methamphetamine toxicity. And the manner of her death was ruled to be accidental. Police arrested fifty year. Old Frederick Hampton for abuse of a corpse for allegedly burying her body after. She died the house where she was found is owned by a relative of the accused and police believe that Hampton was one of the men seen leaving the bar with Houston on the night that she went missing thing. Hampton is not charged with killing the woman but rather for his actions after her death. According to Alabama law a person commits the crime of abuse of the corpse if he or she knowingly treats a human corpse in a way that would quote outraged. Ordinary Families Sensibilities Hampton is being held in in Ohio as he awaits extradition to Alabama. He is also facing unrelated charges for sex offender registry violations. Those are your true crime headlines up next the story of United Airlines flight six to nine but first I a quick break. Valentine's Day is approaching. But if you're looking for a little excitement fight mint on your own terms dipsy can help you get in the mood. No date required. dipsy is an audio APP. Full of the short sexy stories and guided sessions that are designed to turn you on and help you get in touch with yourself. Whoever and whatever are your into dipsy stories are relatable and immersive? So you feel like you're right. They're fine stories about a spontaneous taniuk hookup with a hot stranger or getting closer with that sexy yoga instructor. You can't stop thinking about and if you are in a couple dipsy stories. Make great foreplay. And they're guided sessions can help you unlock new confidence in heighten intimacy with your partner. Break the Ice Ace and explore your fantasies with stories about trying that new toy together or getting tied up and dipsy adds new content content every week so the well will never run dry this year. Make dipsy your Valentine for murder minute. Listeners nurse Dipsy is offering a thirty day free trial would you go to dipsy stories dot com slash m. That's thirty days free when you visit it. D. I P. S. E. A. STORIES DOT com slash Enam. What are you waiting for? Turn on dipsy they promised. Oh miss the return the favor get the hottest APP of twenty twenty at dipsy stories dot com slash.
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"united airlines" Discussed on KCRW
"And United Airlines to cancel flights into early November well some industry analysts say the plane may not be flying again until sometime next year get an update on this and well airlines like southwest of had to sort of like redo all their schedules as well so we hear what they have to say coming up in state and local news at six thirty to at least a dozen churches say they'll do or what they'll do is immigration roundups are still threatened live from NPR news in Culver city California nine to Wayne brown for members of Congress are responding to a recent string of racist tweets from president trump from member station W. D. E. T. you lie Newman has the latest president trump tweeted that the Democrats should go back to fix the country's they came from all four US representatives are women of color three of them were born in the USA including congresswoman rishi to to leave of Detroit Michigan she says the tweets are meant to sideline other political issues and despite this and other many attempts to distract us I remain focused we remain focused on holding him accountable to the laws of this land and accountable to the American people for his part trump has defended his remarks and accuse the lawmakers of using charges of racism to silence their adversaries for NPR news I'm you lie Newman in Detroit and New York prosecutors say wealthy financier Jeffrey apps dean is a flight risk and they're urging a federal judge to keep him in custody obscene is accused of sex trafficking involving under age girls in New York he face similar charges more than a decade ago in Florida two of his accusers spoke during his bail hearing today while their attorney David Boies says photos confiscated from F. steams home undermine his defense attorneys assertion that he's been rehabilitated since his guilty plea back in two thousand eight I don't know anything about those.
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"Doing come on United the United in the holidays? United airlines. I don't fly United as much because the bulk of my travels on delta the the highest status on delta. And they just works pretty well for me. And and south west probably the two airlines, I fly the most and I fly jet. Blue jet blue. I like this. I never really had any major problems on unite. I I like United but come on. This is like I said this is Bob humbug, no holiday aprons, no holiday khozouri. Anyway, a United Airlines spokeswoman said. You better not pout, you better not cry. I'm telling you what. No, she didn't say the United Airlines spokeswoman said that the memo comes out this time every year to remind their associates of the United Airlines policies. About adornments. During the holidays. So. The spokeswoman said did you don't know how many years has actually been coming out? And what prompted the original memo, according to the L A times piece here. Really? I think hats, a fun. Reindeer antlers. I'm guessing south west doesn't have that policy. I'm guessing the Southwest Airlines flight attendants can have a little more fun. Although I I have pointed this out. I've talked about this on the program in the past that for whatever reason the southwest flight attendants, and I like Southwest Airlines a lot, and you know, I've got a three four friends that are captains for south west. So I like southwest, but something changed the flight attendants. Maybe what ten years ago seven eight ten years ago and an earlier they see there were a lot looser. They a lot more fun and games in jokes. And it just seems I flown south west quite a bit in the last couple of years, if seems that they're not quite as edgy or is loose or is comical as they had been in the past. I don't know if anyone else noticed that as well. Hey, our number here. Eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the nationwide number here on Schnitt. Eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine that's how you get on the dive into ObamaCare. Here in just a minute the faith of ObamaCare, where's the stand? So who is this judge out of Texas? This ruling seemed to come really out of nowhere. And is this going to stand that ObamaCare is unconstitutional? The president tweeted about it. But what I'll tell you is. And I'm against virtually every part of ObamaCare. But the chances of this being upheld by the supreme court are pretty low. You know, what the chances of it being upheld? This lower federal court judge the chances of even the federal appeals court the fifth circuit court of appeals which was very conservative circuit. I I don't know if it's going to be upheld by that court on the appeals level. So hold on. We have dive into this momentarily here on Schnitt..
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"I saw the Bah humbug deal. Apparently United Airlines has told the flight attendants captains, I officers. No Santa hats. I'll come on. Santa hat is. I look at Santa Hannah's a religious statement. I was pretty secular these days. I mean, really. Yeah. This little blurb. Of the Los Angeles Times. United Airlines, I guess in the past has given flight attendants and other employees a little bit of wiggle room. They've had the ability to excess arise their uniforms a little bit. Maybe what a candy cane in a wreath whatever where where minora and. A Santa Claus pulling his slayer or the reindeer pulling Santa clauses sleigh. Well, apparently now. We have a directive from United Airlines. That's where the ball humbug. What am I flying this week? Flying out to Colorado later this week. I think we're flying American idol because I flown United numerous times over the years. You know, go to Vail, for instance, since late nineties, so, you know, about twenty years religiously every single Christmas time, I think we're on American Airlines this time, so I won't be dealing with this United issue. But according to the LA times report, they do not want flight attendants flight crews to go overboard that detract from.
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"The united airlines and delta too yeah an national car rentals all those groups they issued a statement reading in part the loss of a discount will neither scare nor distract one single nra member from our mission to stand and defend the individual freedoms and have always made america the greatest nation in the world okay a group of cyprus teachers they got active shooter training on sunday the owners of silverback selfdefence offering free class and instructors from kindergarten to college taking part being able to empower the teachers that they're the first responders robert weber telling rtd parker channel 2 he's gonna offer that class as long as they were teachers who want to take it the house intelligence committee release at democrat rebuttal to the republican memo that accuses the fbi of abusing his power to spy on candidate trump the cook gop says it warrants were issued based solely on the socalled steal dossier which was paid for and compiled by the clinton campaign abc's david right this is another chapter in the ongoing back and forth serb he said about the russia investigation republicans insist it's one thing democrats insist goods and other the partisan divide over of the house intelligence committee is said to be so bad that there is talk of building a physical barrier in the basement offices on capitol hill between republican and democratic staff members you'll congress can have this wall president trump dismissing the memo by the way during a weekend interview with fox news.
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"Fallout from the united airlines gaffe the way they handled the again it wasn't overbooking as much as was the united wanted to put four employees on how to go to a louisville and they needed to have four seats so initially said it was overbooked apparently wasn't even overbooked and they said that three the names were chosen randomly by a computer the once they had to leave turns out that's not true either apparently is no such system and the man who was dragged off his now lawyered up here is a united airline passenger who witnessed it well my another would have handled bad have a lot of wind in crash but this is a horrible all the way around randy de just on a legal side and i should also say we're trying to get more information on who passenger wise or satellite out there that we've been able to confirm were unaware of any lawsuits pending this man's name going public but if you're united yes i hear him on meaning to apologize but how you defend united while the first thing i would do is check to see if we can actually change the name from fly the from these guys if united to fly the friendly skies of dow because he's going to end up owning the airlines from a defensive posturing so from a defensive posture i mean let's face it if and i got this from my buddy rocco dispirit oh if he got a dollar for every person who's watched the video figure out the numbers this is global emotional distress the entire world has seen what happened to dismantle the point is from a legal perspective if i'm representing united what am i doing i am grabbing this guy into a conference room with his lawyer i will have a number.