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Tight air connection? Your next United flight might wait for you

Bus drivers might hold the door for a sprinting late arrival. Gate agents at the airport? Not a bet most passengers would want to make. But you just might catch a break on your next United Airlines flight.

United is trying to get smarter about figuring out when planes

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