|Quoting IAHFLYR (Reply 2):|
IIRC, when CO metal began being painted with the United titles they did put a little tag on the aircraft that mentioned being operated by Continental....which is most likely what you saw.
|Quoting CALTECH (Reply 4):|
|Quoting johnclipper (Reply 5):|
|Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 7):|
Was CO's Operating Certificate number CALA014A?
|Quoting iahcsr (Reply 10):|
was informed this was required so as contract ground service personnel could distinquish between the two fleets.
|Quoting crash65 (Reply 8):|
The information does not need to be removed because it is accurate. The surviving (single) operating certificate is the old Continental one.
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