Continental Airlines ceased operations on March 3, 2012 and got merged with United Airlines. Founded in 1934, Continental Airlines was a major United States airline headquartered in Houston, Texas. Continental Airlines had its primary hubs at Antonio B. Won Pat Airport (Guam), Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, George Bush Intercontinental Airport (Houston), and Newark Liberty International Airport. The airline was a member of Sky Team and Star Alliance, and had code-share agreements with airlines including Aeromar, Avianca, Cape Air, Copa Airlines, Copa Airlines Colombia, EVA Air, Hawaiian Airlines, Island Air, TACA Airlines, and Amtrak. At the time of its merger with United Airlines, Continental airline flew to 62 domestic destinations and 78 international destinations in 39 countries in Americas, North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Oceania. Check our United Airlines
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