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FOUNDED AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1968. WAS "AIR MICRONESIA." REGIONAL & INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED, PASSENGER, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
PO BOX 8778
AB WON PAT INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
TAMUNING 96931, GUAM, US TRUST TERRITORIES
JANUARY 1996: SUBSIDIARY OF CONTINENTAL AIRLINES (CAL).
TO DESTINATIONS IN USA TRUST TERRITORIES OF PACIFIC: GUAM, JOHNSTON ISLAND, KWAJALEIN, MAJURO, PONAPE, ROTA, SAIPAN, TRUK, & YAP, & TO FUKUKOA, KOROR, MANILA, NAGOYA, OKINAWA, SENDAI, & TAIPEI.
1 727-200AF (JT8D-17R), EX-(DHL).
FEBRUARY 1996: GUAM - PALAU - DENSPASAR, INDONESIA.
APRIL 1996: HONOLULU (HNL) - TOKYO (747-200), & (HNL) TO SENDAI, & OSAKA (DC-10-30).
1 727-200AF (20643), EX-CONTINENTAL AIRLINES (CAL).
JULY 1996: DON BREEDING, PRESIDENT & CEO TO RETIRE JANUARY 1997, TO BE REPLACED BY JIM REAM, EX-VP FINANCE.
FEBRUARY 1997: 1 747-200 (20534), EX-TOWER AIR (TOW), 5 YEAR LEASED.
JULY 1997: 1996 = +$27.79 MILLION (+$67.32 MILLION) (NET PROFIT).
OCTOBER 1997: 1 757-200, EX-CONTINENTAL AIRLINES (CAL), TO BE EXTENDED TWIN-ENGINE OPERATIONS (ETOPS).
JANUARY 1998: USA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (DOT) OK'S GUAM - CAIRNS, AUSTRALIA, AND GUAM - PALAU - DENPASAR, INDONESIA.
MARCH 1998: BY 2000, TO SERVE 11 CITIES IN JAPAN. IN 1998, NEW SERVICE TO CAIRNS, BALI, AND NOUMEA.
2 NEW 757-200'S DELIVERIES TO REPLACE DC-10-10'S. 3 DC-10-10'S RETURNED TO (CAL) + LAST 2, OF 5 727-200'S. LEAVES 9 727-200'S, 5 757-200'S, 1 DC-10-30, & 4 747-200'S.
APRIL 1998: 200 EMPLOYEES. CONTINENTAL AIRLINES (CAL) NOW OWNS 91%.
MAY 1998: 1ST 4 MONTHS = 2.14 BILLION (RPK) TRAFFIC (-12.3%), 68.2% LF LOAD FACTOR (+1.7), 47.57 MILLION (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC (+18.1%), 782,000 PASSENGERS (PAX) (-11.4%).
727-200F (21947) TO AMERIJET INTERNATIONAL (AMJ).
JUNE 1998: NEW SERVICE FROM GUAM TO BALI, INDONESIA; CAIRNS, AUSTRALIA; NOUMEA, NEW CALEDONIA; AND NIIGATA & OKAYAMA, JAPAN. RESUMED NONSTOPS TO OKINAWA. CREATES HUB AT GUAM.
2 DC-10-10 (46901; 46903), RETURNED TO CONTINENTAL AIRLINES (CAL).
JULY 1998: NEW 757 ROUTES FROM GUAM TO NIIGATA & OKUYAMA, JAPAN; NOUMEA, NEW CALEDONIA; AND CAIRNS, AUSTRALIA.
727-232 (20645) & 2 DC-10-10 (46900, 46902) TO CONTINENTAL AIRLINES (CAL).
SEPTEMBER 1998: TO RETIRE 4 747-200'S IN APRIL 1999, AND REPLACE WITH 4 DC-10-30'S, EX-CONTINENTAL AIRLINES (CAL). TO REPLACE 13 727-200'S BY DECEMBER 2000, WITH 8 737-NG'S, EX-(CAL).
OCTOBER 1998: 1997 = -$20.17 MILLION (+$27.79 MILLION). 2,013 EMPLOYEES (FULL +1/2 PART).
DECEMBER 1998: CARGO INTERLINING WITH JAPAN AIR SYSTEMS (JAS) CARGO, WHO TRANSPORT CARGO FROM HONG KONG, TO KANSAI, AND ONTO USA, VIA CONTINENTAL MICRONESIA (MCR), GUAM.
727-232 (20636), RETURNED TO CONTINENTAL AIRLINES (CAL).
JANUARY 1999: 727-2F9 (21426, N83428), RETURNED TO INTREPID, LEASED TO AMERIJET (AMJ).
FEBRUARY 1999: DC-10-10 (92-47800) SOLD TO INVESCO.
APRIL 1999: 200 EMPLOYEES.
AUGUST 1999: 1ST 7 MONTHS = 3.22B RPK (-16.68%), -24.09% ASK, 76.7% LF (+6.8), 73.85M FTK (-14..45%), 1.14M PAX (-16.8%).
SEPTEMBER 1999: 727-277F (1768-22644, N626DH), RETURNED TO (DHL).
OCTOBER 1999: LAUNCHES 737-800 (ETOPS) FLIGHTS TO JAPAN WITH TECHNICAL SUPPORT BY AIR NIPPON (ANK).
NOVEMBER 1999: FISCAL YEAR (FY) 1998 = -$35.87 MILLION (-$20.17 MILLION).
APRIL 2000: 200 EMPLOYEES.
TO 26 CITIES IN 11 COUNTRIES THROUGHOUT THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION, WITH >1,500 FLIGHTS/MONTH.
MAY 2000: NONSTOP GUAM TO SEOUL (737-800, 2/WEEK) IN JULY 2000.
727-264F (20895), RETURNED TO LESSOR (FSB).
JUNE 2000: 727-277 (21366) RETURNED TO FINOVA (GRB), LEASED TO ALL CANADA EXPRESS (EXM).
JULY 2000: 1999 = +$8.69 MILLION (-$35.87 MILLION): 5.33 BILLION (RPK) TRAFFIC (-19.2%); 77.2% LF; 125.09 MILLION (FTK) FREIGHT (-14.9%); 1.87 MILLION PASSENGERS (PAX) (-18.9%); 1,615 EMPLOYEES (-3.7%).
2 727-200'S (21364; 21345) RETURNED FROM FINOVA (GRB), STAMBAUGH AVIATION TO CONVERT TO FREIGHTER.
SEPTEMBER 2000: WITH INTRODUCTION OF 737-800 ON "ISLAND HOPPER" SERVICE BETWEEN HONOLULU AND MAJURO, FLIGHTS NO LONGER STOP AT JOHNSTON ISLAND.
CEASED OPERATIONS OF ALL 727'S IN THE PACIFIC.
April 2002: SITA: GUMIICO.
Main Base: Guam International (GUM).
Owners/Shareholders: Continental Airlines (CAL) (100%).
July 2002: 2001 = +$46.78 Million (+$33.09 Million): 4.52 Billion (RPK) traffic (-8.3%); 72.5% LF; 1.7 Million passengers (PAX) (-10.2%); 53.36 Million (FTK) freight (-17.5%); 200 employees. 6 months = 2.03 Billion (RPK) (-19.64%); -17.99% (ASK); 74.3% LF (-1.5); 756,000 PAX (-20.5%); 30.37 Million (FTK) (+17.73%).
September 2002: Mark Erwin, CEO, ex-Senior VP Airport Services, Continental Airlines (CAL) replaces Bill Meehan who has taken a position as VP Cleveland hub for (CAL).
Continental Micronesia (MCR), a wholly owned subsidiary of Continental Airlines (CAL), offers more than 235 departures each week between 23 cities throughout the Pacific Rim, the Micronesian Islands and Hawaii.
September 2003: 2002 = 3.87 Billion (RPK) traffic (-14.5%); -12.4% (ASK) capacity; 70.8% LF (-1.7); 1.4 Million passengers (PAX) (-15.6%).
2002 TOP WORLD AIRLINES TRAFFIC (RPK) (Billion):
114 (BNG) 4.33; 115 (FUA) 4.28L 116 (RJA) 4.21; 117 (CSA) 4.18; 118 (YUN) 3.97; 119 (VOZ) 3.92; 120 (CDF) BERLIN) 3.92; 121 (XIJ) 3.88; 122 (STG) 3.87; 123 (MCR) 3.87; 124 (TAC) 3.85; 125 (SBE) 3.77; 126 (RBA) 3.72.
April 2003: 1,359 employees (including 77 Maintenance Techicians (MT).
July 2004: 2003 = 3.7 Billion (RPK) traffic (-4.4%); 66.7% LF; 1.36 Million passengers (PAX) (-4.6%); 61.26 Million (FTK) freight (-.8%).
August 2004: In December, Honolulu - Nagoya (767-400, 2 class, daily nonstop).
October 2004: In April, Guam - Hiroshima.
May 2005: 1,359 employees (including 77 Maintenance Technicians (MT)).
October 2005: Continental Micronesia (MCR) will inaugurate a new service from Guam to the Marshall Islands continuing to Hawaii on December 6th operated with a Boeing 737-800. This service will compliment the airline's existing daily non-stop service between Guam and Honolulu as well as the airline's island hopper service between Kwajalen and Majuro and Hawaii.
INCDT: An (MCR) 737-800 operating flight CO006 from Guam to Tokyo's Narita Airport was forced to return to Guam because of a mechanical problem. The airplane had been flying for around 30 minutes.
January 2006: Continental Micronesia (MCR) has reduced service from Guam to Saipan to 3 flights a week. Currently there are departures from Guam on Tuesdays/Thursdays/Sundays and from Saipan on Mondays/Wednesdays/Fridays, all with 737-800s.
February 2006: Continental Airlines (Micronesia) (MCR) will increase the frequency of flights from Guam to Cairns from 2 to 3 a week on April 3rd with the addition of a Monday service to the existing Thursday/Sunday flights. All will be operated with a 737-800.
October 2006: Continental Micronesia (MCR) offers connections from Guam to Japan, Micronesian Islands, Indonesia, Australia, Hawaii, and beyond to continental USA.
Employees = 1,650.
(IATA) Code: CS - 596. (ICAO) Code: CMI (Callsign - AIR MIKE).
Parent organization/shareholders: Continental Airlines (CAL) (100%).
Main Base: Guam International Airport (GUM).
International, Scheduled Destinations: Cairns; Denpasar Bali; Fukuoka; Guam; Hong Kong; Koror; Kosrae; Kwajalein; Majuro; Manila; Nagoya; Niigata; Oita; Okayama; Pohnpei; Saipan; Sapporo; Sendai; Taipei; Tokyo; Toyama; Truk; & Yap.
January 2008: 2007 Performance Statistics: 4.81 billion (RPK)s traffic (-3.7%); +0.95% (ASK)s; +1.2 load factor 71.9% LF; 75.28 million (FTK)s (-3.3%) freight traffic; 1.48 million passengers. SEE ATTACHED - - "MCR-2007-STATS."
April 2008: Regarding the "Open Skies" bilateral agreement between Australia and the USA, please read the attached - "MCR-AUS-USA-2008-04."
May 2009: SEE ATTACHED "AIRWAYS" ARTICLE - - "MCR-COACH FLYER-2009-05-A/B/C."
August 2009: Continental Airlines (CAL) will launch twice-weekly flights to Nadi from Guam and Honolulu on December 18 aboard a Continental Micronesia (MCR) 737-800.
October 2009: Continental Airlines (CAL) together with its Continental Micronesia (MCR) unit currently serve Hawaii from Los Angeles, Houston, Newark, and Guam.
June 2010: Continental Micronesia (MCR) serves both Honolulu and Palau.
September 2010: United Airlines (UAL) and Continental Airlines (CAL) have agreed on a path to obtain a single operating certificate (SOC) from the (FAA) that will see the merged carriers retain the "legacy Continental (CAL) operating certificate and the legacy United (UAL) repair station certificate," according to (UAL) VP Corporate Safety, Security, Quality & Environment, Michael Quiello.
The information was contained in a communication from Quiello to (UAL) employees. Achieving an (SOC) "is a long-term process that will follow a series of steps in a transition plan that we will submit to the (FAA) later this month," he said. It will "be the third and final stage in the merger process," following Closing Day, when the merger is legally completed, and Customer Day One, set for sometime next spring, when the two airlines' customer service systems are expected to be able to handle passengers from either airline. It is anticipated the (SOC) will take at least a year to accomplish from the date of the closing of the merger, expected by October 1.
Although both operating certificates contain "unique" advantages, the (CAL) certificate was selected "because of its enhanced technology authorizations and close conformity to standard (FAA) language as well as other regulatory and commercial considerations," Quiello stated. (UAL)'s maintenance certificate was selected because it "enables increased maintenance capabilities, enhanced repair station authorizations and greater maintenance volume."
As part of the merger process, the Continental Micronesia (MCR) operation will be combined with Continental (CAL)'s ahead of the (UAL) - (CAL) (SOC) transition. At present, Continental Micronesia (MCR) has its own air operating certificate (AOC).
January 2011: For his crucial role in securing regulatory approval for the world's largest airline merger, United (UAL) Continental (CAL) (CEO), Jeff Smisek has been named "Person of the Year" by the editors of "Aviation Week and Space Technology." Jeff Smisek has risen from a private practice attorney to the head of Continental Airlines (CAL) and a key architect of its merger with United Airlines (UAL). Smisek's argument in favor of consolidation "was accepted by the world's regulators, and in just six months - - an unprecedented speed in mergers of this magnitude - - they approved a deal that cements the return of USA operators to the top ranks of global aviation."
August 2012: United Airlines (UAL) subsidiary, Continental Micronesia (MCR) flight attendants (CA) ratified a new labor agreement, extending the previous collective bargaining agreement through December 2014.
The flight attendants (CA) are represented by the Association of Flight Attendants (AFA). (UAL) reached a tentative agreement with the (AFA) last month.
In-flight Senior VP, Sam Risoli said, "We will now turn our attention on working with the (AFA) on a single contract that is competitive for United (UAL) and provides additional benefits for our flight attendants (CA)."
(UAL) flight attendants (CA) ratified a new four-year contract in February; flight attendants (CA) from Continental Airlines (CAL) ratified an extension of their collective bargaining agreement last month. (AFA) and United Continental (UAL)/(CAL) Holdings will launch negotiations for a joint collective bargaining agreement covering all (AFA)-represented flight attendants (CA) on August 27.
September 2013: United Airlines (UAL) has reached tentative agreements on new joint collective bargaining agreements with the International Association of Machinists (IAM) for the fleet service, passenger service and storekeeper work groups at its United (UAL), Continental (CAL), Continental Micronesia (MCR) and MileagePlus subsidiaries.
The (IAM) said the tentative agreements preserve and improve pensions, stabilize health care costs and expand job security provisions while providing immediate and retroactive wage increases for all (IAM) members at the new United Airlines (UAL), which includes former employees of Continental Airlines (CAL) and Continental Micronesia (MCR). The (IAM), which represents approximately 30,000 workers, unanimously recommended ratification of the four-year agreements. All ratification voting is expected to be completed by November 1.
0 727-232 (JT8D HK) (919-20636, /73 N15781), RTND (CAL) 1998-12.
0 727-224 (JT8D HK) (1697-22252, /81, N79743; 702-22253, /81; 21364; 21366; 21459; TO (GRB), TIMCO CONV TO F, 21366 TO (EXM) 2000-06. 21364; (PSS) LSD; 40-21448, /81), ALL RTND (CAL).
0 727-277 (JT8D HK) (1753-22641, /81, EC-HIG; 1768-22644, /81, EC-HHU), EX-(ANS).
0 727-200F (JT8D HK) (21947 TO (AMJ) 1998-05) (JT8D-17), 1291-21427, N75429; TO (AMJ) 1999-11; 22644 TO (DHL) 1999-09.
10 737-824 (CFM56-7B26), (CAL) LSD FOR (ETOPS) FLTS. 14F, 141Y.
0 757-200 (RB211-535E4B) (790-27566; 791-28968), EX-(CAL), 5 RTT (CAL).
3 767-424, (CAL) LSD. 2 RTT (CAL).
0 DC-10-30 (CF6-50C2). 1 RTT (CAL).
GLENN TILTON, EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN (TILL 2012) UNITED CONTINENTAL AIRLINES HOLDINGS (UCH), EX-CHAIRMAN, PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO), EX-CHEVRONTEXACO.
JEFF SMISEK, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO) (UCH), EX-CHAIRMAN, (CEO) & PRESIDENT CONTINENTAL AIRLINES (CAL).
MARK ERWIN, PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO), EX-(CAL) (2002-09).
DANIEL MORGAN, MANAGING DIRECTOR OPERATIONS.
CHARLES DUNCAN JR, MANAGING DIRECTOR JAPAN.
CHARLIE RUE, MANAGING DIRECTOR FINANCE & MARKET PLANNING.
SAM RISOLI, IN-FLIGHT SENIOR VP.
WALTER DIAS, STAFF VP SALES & MARKETING.
BUD PARRY, VP MAINTENANCE.
GEORGE MASON, VP TECHNICAL OPERATIONS.