Some articles on united, united air lines, air:
... Digital Audio Radio Service (DARS) in the United States, American Mobile Satellite Corp ... launches, first in San Diego and Dallas/Fort Worth, and spreads across the United States ... Radio launched Instant Traffic and Weather Channels for major metropolitan markets in the United States ...
... October 10, 1933 – A United Air Lines 247, NC13304, was the victim of the first proven case of sabotage of a commercial airliner ... November 9, 1933 - A United Air Lines 247, NC13345, crashed on takeoff after the pilot became disoriented in fog and low visibility four of nine on board died ... December 20, 1934 - United Air Lines Flight 6, a 247, crashed near Western Springs, Illinois, due to carburator icing all four on board survived ...
... Prior to being Governor of New Jersey and President of the United States, Wilson served as President of Princeton University, which was at the time affiliated with the Presbyterian ... Beginning in 1963 Reagan generally attended Presbyterian church services at Bel-Air Presbyterian Church, Bel-Air, California ... He became an official member of Bel-Air Presbyterian after leaving the Presidency ...
... December 30, 1968 as a Delaware corporation as part of a reorganization of United Airlines, now its largest subsidiary, whose history is considerably longer ... was the creation of then United Air Lines president George Keck, who formed the holding company to allow United to diversify ... Reacting on this sentiment, just weeks after the company changed its name, a group led by United Airlines employees moved to acquire ownership ...
Famous quotes containing the words lines, united and/or air:
“We stand in the tumult of a festival.
What festival? This loud, disordered mooch?
These hospitaliers? These brute-like guests?
These musicians dubbing at a tragedy,
A-dub, a-dub, which is made up of this:
That there are no lines to speak? There is no play.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)
“Greece is a sort of American vassal; the Netherlands is the country of American bases that grow like tulip bulbs; Cuba is the main sugar plantation of the American monopolies; Turkey is prepared to kow-tow before any United States pro-consul and Canada is the boring second fiddle in the American symphony.”
—Andrei Andreyevich Gromyko (19091989)
“It so happened that, a few weeks later, Old Ernie [Ernest Hemingway] himself was using my room in New York as a hide-out from literary columnists and reporters during one of his rare stopover visits between Africa and Key West. On such all-too-rare occasions he lends an air of virility to my dainty apartment which I miss sorely after he has gone and all the furniture has been repaired.”
—Robert Benchley (18891945)