Jeff Smisek, who stepped down Tuesday as leader of United Airlines, gets his full severance package. It includes nearly $5 million in cash plus other financial compensation that could top $20 million; free first-class tickets on the airline for the rest of his life; free airport parking for life; health insurance until he’s eligible for Medicare in about four years; and the keys to his company car.
Jeff Smisek, who stepped down Tuesday as leader of United Airlines, gets his full severance package. It includes nearly $5 million in cash plus other financial compensation that could top $20 million; free first-class tickets on the airline for the rest of his life; free airport parking for life; health insurance until he’s eligible for Medicare in about four years; and the keys to his company car. Manuel Balce Ceneta The Associated Press
Jeff Smisek, who stepped down Tuesday as leader of United Airlines, gets his full severance package. It includes nearly $5 million in cash plus other financial compensation that could top $20 million; free first-class tickets on the airline for the rest of his life; free airport parking for life; health insurance until he’s eligible for Medicare in about four years; and the keys to his company car. Manuel Balce Ceneta The Associated Press

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