Mobile check-in and paperless boarding make it easier to get where you're going.
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IF THERE’S AN IPHONE, BlackBerry or any other mobile device with internet access sitting in your carry-on bag right now, we have just the thing to ease your travel experience.
Whether you’re rushing to the airport from a conference or debating what to pack for your vacation, we understand you’re constantly on the go. So to keep you from needing to slow down to print a boarding pass, we have launched mobile check-in for all domestic United- and United Express–operated itineraries, giving you the ability to check in for flights from any device that is web-enabled. This includes cell phones, personal digital assistants, e-book readers and tablets. In addition to checking in, you can view flight status, check flight availability and find Red Carpet Club locations.
We have also launched “paperless” mobile boarding capabilities at more than a dozen airports and expect to have the service in 30 airports by this summer. You can have your boarding pass sent directly to your mobile device via email, enabling you to breeze through the security checkpoint and the boarding gate with only your mobile device in hand.
We know that being on the go can be stressful and hope these enhancements make your travel experience more enjoyable.
To use mobile check-in, please visit our new mobile web site: mobile.united.com.
Fascinating historical heritage, rich culture, unique wildlife and tropical beaches: If any of these attractions sound appealing to you, United has a perfect new destination—in Africa.
Beginning June 20, United will fly our first-ever, once-daily service between Washington, D.C., and Ghana’s capital city, Accra. With this service, United now proudly offers nonstop service to six continents.
Flights to and from Accra are conveniently timed to make flight connections to more than 70 cities in North America through our main transatlantic gateway, Washington Dulles.
As the largest airline in the nation’s capital, United offers nearly 300 daily flights from Washington Dulles.
Whether your trip to Africa involves safaris, sunbathing or business meetings, we’re delighted that we are now serving this destination that is quickly growing in popularity.