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By Matt Kibbe
The short-term deal will assure long-term overspending
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Megan Mccarthy
For a little while on Thursday, United Airlines was giving away airplane tickets for free, or close to it.
Federal safety regulators are investigating complaints that the throttles can stick on Ford Escape and Mazda Tribute SUVS and cause them to crash.
Greece might need a third international rescue package worth 50 billion euros ($66 billion) in 2015, the German weekly magazine Der Spiegel reported Sunday.
A United Airlines jetliner with 112 people aboard was allowed to take off last May without repairs despite indications during two previous flights that the cockpit window was overheating, a condition long known to cause fires, according to evidence gathered by federal investigators.
"As always, we will do what is appropriate," McCarthy said.
United Continental Holdings Inc. spokeswoman Megan McCarthy said the mistake was due to an error in filing the fares, not a problem with the website.