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Whereas Munoz said last November that he was "on the way to recovery", it seemed to be a long way because he had a cardiac graft in January this year. In fact, Munoz came back to his work in March and has had a surprise number of gigs since.
He moderated the revelation of United's new premier offering at Webster Hall in New York last night, which was discussed in detail. In one of the papers about the new article, however, there was an interesting treat that dealt with the fact that the US company president never actually flew United. Mr. Munoz was appointed Chief Executive Officer of United Continental Holdings Inc. last autumn, but took sick days in October after having suffered a cardiac infarction just six week after his work.
He had a cardiac graft in January and came back to work full time- in March. Munoz has since been airborne across the nation to visit staff and visit customers. On medical orders, he is only taken on private aircraft after transplantation, where he avoids all airliners, even those of his own carrier.
Mr Munoz says that he will travel enough aircraft on the floor and see staff in operation and that the restrictions will be removed in a few fortnight. Whilst I don't know exactly what makes a private plane better than an airliner for someone who is functioning, but has recently had a cardiac graft (maybe a physician can ring in here?), I naturally believe it's real.
It' s unlike United Chief Executive Officer Glenn Tilton some years ago, who is rumoured never to have eaten or drunk anything on airplanes for afraid of being intoxicated by the team.