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United Airlines

United Airlines

United Airlines is a major airline in the United States and the world's largest airline in terms of number of destinations. United Airlines, founded in 1926, has its main hub at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston (after the merger with Continental Airlines). Other important hubs are Denver, New York Newark, Los Angeles, Cleveland en Chicago O'Hare. United Airlines operates worldwide scheduled passenger services to more than 378 destinations.

United Airlines is part of the alliance Star Alliance. United Airlines operates a mixed fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft.

United Airlines offers 3 classes of service. First Class, Business Class and Economy Class.

Our rating:
Advantages of United Airlines are the diversity and quantity of destinations and direct flights to destinations in North, Central and South America. The fleet is very well maintained and all aircraft have in-flight entertainment. It is also possible to select a seat and check in online.

United Airlines is a good but average airline and offers good service. After the merger with Continental Airlines United offers many routes and flights to destinations in North, Central and South America. United Airlines is comparable with major European airlines.

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