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  • United Airlines has signed a 20-year lease extension at New Jersey's Newark Liberty International Airport.The Chicago-based airline says it will invest $150 million during the term of the lease in improvements, including improved baggage handling and concourse areas.

      United Airlines has signed a 20-year lease extension at New Jersey's Newark Liberty International Airport.The Chicago-based airline says it will invest $150 million during the term of the lease in improvements, including improved baggage handling and concourse areas.
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NEWARK, N.J. -- United Airlines has signed a 20-year lease extension at New Jersey's Newark Liberty International Airport.

The Chicago-based airline says it will invest $150 million during the term of the lease in improvements, including improved baggage handling and concourse areas.

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United is the largest carrier in New Jersey and New York, offering more than 400 flights daily from Newark and employs more than 13,000 workers in New Jersey's largest city.

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