http://atwonline.com/airports-route...inental-rolls-out-changes-chicago-o-hare-0605 United Continental Holdings started unveiling changes at Chicago O'Hare to "provide a more consistent travel experience for customers on United Airlines and Continental Airlines." The changes, which include more self-service capabilities, new "Premier Access" airport services, new Mileage Plus and OnePass features and benefits, a new onboard menu, aligned policies/procedures and new airport signage, will be introduced at airports across the carriers' global network over the next several months. "The alignment of airport procedures…and the rebranding of our operations at our hometown airport are the newest visible signs of the successful integration of United and Continental," President and CEO Jeff Smisek said. "We are making significant progress as we create the world's leading airline, and customers are experiencing more of these benefits as they travel." UCH said it is "on track" to achieve a single operating certificate for combined operations from US FAA in the fourth quarter and expects to transition to a single reservations system in the first quarter of 2012.