United Airlines is changing the way customers think of regional jet service
Investing a few minutes could pay off in future travel satisfaction for United customers
As more travelers use mobile technology, United is responding with industry-leading apps
United’s Network Operations Center watches over every flight
From first snowfall to one last run, our ski vacations make planning easy
During your travels on United this month, you may notice a little pink cropping up here and there. But what you may not see are the other colors that pink represents.
United serves meals and snacks to millions of customers a year on flights going around the world. This month, the airline also focuses on feeding folks on the ground. During Feeding America’s Hunger Action Month, we invite customers to join in providing thousands of meals to those in need.
Airline employees often make the best travel guides. Once you’ve experienced “Three Perfect Days: Edinburgh”, consult the advice of United employees when you’re ready to add a fourth or fifth.
More than 1 million customers have discovered the electrifying experience of getting social with United
A new facility with the latest technology promises a smooth ride for customers at SFO
United’s most frequent flyers spend an awful lot of time on our planes
Making a commitment to the environment means managing fuel and other large areas of environmental impact, and also seeing to little details, such as waste, like polystyrene cups for hot drinks
Whether it’s in the classroom or the workplace, showing up every day has its rewards.
Behind the scenes with Team USA
Flying NFL teams around the country all season is a logistic feat that requires planning, diligence and teamwork
What’s new at United
This month, we celebrate National Aviation History Month.
“Green” is not a word often associated with air travel—but it should be.
Want a bite in-flight? Your next in-flight snack purchase can satisfy your hunger – and that of needy individuals and families across the United States.
You may have noticed something a little different about customer service representative Alex Cedeno and his co-workers—they’re wearing new uniforms.