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United Promotes Three Execs, Including New Procurement Chief

By Matt Grossman

United Airlines Holdings Inc. raised three corporate executives to new positions, including naming Sarah Murphy its chief procurement officer.

Ms. Murphy has previously led finance and operations teams at United. In her new role, she will work on relationships with vendors and suppliers, the Chicago-based airline said.

Ankit Gupta, formerly the vice president of network planning and schedule, was promoted to senior vice president and will add responsibility for United’s regional-flying network, United Express.

Patrick Quayle will become the airline’s senior vice president for international network and alliances. Like Mr. Gupta, he was previously a network-planning vice president.

Write to Matt Grossman at matt.grossman@wsj.com

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