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September 30, 2010

Continental’s Last Day: 16 Photos Looking Back at Their Fantastic 76 Year Run

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While fleets, crews and call signs will remain unchanged for a bit longer, the business entity known as Continental will technically cease to exist as of Friday when it is absorbed by United Airlines. Here’s a look back:

Continental's Eco-Skies 737-800 (N76516) taxiing for departure.

Continental's Eco-Skies 737-800 (N76516) taxiing for departure.
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(Photo by Mark Lawrence)

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