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United Airlines

United Airlines was one of the first airlines to operate in the United States. In 1926, it was established as "Boeing Air Transport." Initially, the airline carried mail between New York and San Francisco via Salt Lake City and Chicago. The company began transporting passengers in 1930. Additionally, the first flight attendants in history started working at that time. A nurse named Ellen Church served as the first female flight attendant. Employees of United Airlines fought in the military during World War II, flying bombers, delivering mail, and engaging in battle.

Only Aeroflot was bigger than the corporation when it merged with Capital Airlines in 1962, making it the second-largest airline in the world. United Airlines launched its first international trip in 1983, from Portland and Seattle to Tokyo. Due to Pan American World Airways' financial struggles, United Airlines bought its flights between the United States and London Heathrow in 1991. After Pan Am's bankruptcy, United also bought its Pacific routes.

Together with four other airlines (Air Canada, Lufthansa, SAS, and Thai Airways International), United Airlines co-founded the Star Alliance airline alliance in 1988.

Al-Qaeda militants hijacked two United Airlines planes during the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11. When Boeing 757-200ER smashed into the south tower, it traveled toward Pennsylvania. As a result, the company reported a loss of around 2.1 billion dollars. But with the help of the US government, it quickly regained financial equilibrium.

When United and Continental combined in 2010, both airlines continued to operate as divisions of the newly formed United Continental Holdings, which now has a fleet of 692 aircraft and serves 370 airports across 59 countries. All of the flights now fly under the United Airlines name. In March 2012, Federal Aviation Administration approved the merger, so the two airlines are becoming one under a single operating license.


Passengers are permitted to bring a cabin bag on board with United Airlines. It must always adhere to the weight and dimension limitations set by the airlines. Depending on the booking class and the location, they might change.

The checked baggage has specific size and weight restrictions as well. They also depend on the route and the booking class.

Travel Classes

With United Airlines, passengers can buy Premium, Business, or Economy fares. The leather seats in the first two classes recline into a completely flat bed with at least 120 cm of legroom. Individually adjustable reading lamps, seat-back screens, and video players are available to passengers. They can also choose from sets of pillows, linens, and toiletries. As part of their entertainment systems, United Airlines was the world's first airline to offer apps tailored for the iPod and iPhone.

Online Check-in

It is accessible 24 hours before the departure time. However, depending on the final destination and departure airport, it could differ.


The fleet of United Airlines consists of 708 aircraft, including the Airbus A319-100, A320-200, Boeing 737-700, 737-800, 737-900, 737-900ER, 747-400, 757-400, 757-200, 747-300, 767- 300ER, 767-400ER, 777-200, 777-200ER, 787-8, and 878-9.


Chicago, Illinois, USA's O'Hare International Airport is 27 kilometers northwest of the city's center. The airport has Edward "Butch" O'Hare's name; he was a naval aviator in the US Navy. There are many restaurants, pubs, and cafes at the airport as duty-free shops. Terminals 1, 2, and 3 include a hotel and ten vehicle rental agencies. There is free wireless internet access available all across the airport.

In-flight Meals

Free drinks are offered to economy class passengers, including juice, soda, tea, and freshly prepared coffee. The onboard menu offers freshly prepared breakfast, lunch, and dinner options that can be selected and purchased. All routes serve beer, wine, and other alcoholic beverages. Travelers in business and first class can enjoy delicious meals, snacks, ice cream and desserts, fruit, cheese, alcoholic drinks, and freshly brewed coffee.

Additional Services

Passengers can browse through various movies, TV shows, music videos, and games thanks to the in-flight entertainment system. Almost every plane has free WiFi access. On long-haul flights, travelers can buy in a Duty-Free onboard boutique that sells items like jewelry, perfumes, and cosmetics. For those using a specific class of ticket, MileagePlus is a frequent flyer program that is also available.